Thread List
First Page Previous Page Page 224 / 291 Next Page Last Page
Subject#Latest
1 27.04.06
5 27.04.06
3 27.04.06
4 27.04.06
12 27.04.06
2 27.04.06
9 27.04.06
3 26.04.06
2 26.04.06
8 25.04.06
3 25.04.06
4 24.04.06
13 24.04.06
6 24.04.06
3 24.04.06
3 23.04.06
3 23.04.06
2 23.04.06
4 22.04.06
9 22.04.06
2 22.04.06
1 21.04.06
4 21.04.06
3 21.04.06
7 21.04.06
2 20.04.06
2 20.04.06
2 20.04.06
2 20.04.06
1 20.04.06
3 19.04.06
2 18.04.06
6 18.04.06
11 18.04.06
1 18.04.06
4 18.04.06
2 17.04.06
5 16.04.06
5 16.04.06
4 16.04.06
12 14.04.06
2 14.04.06
13 13.04.06
6 13.04.06
1 13.04.06
2 13.04.06
1 13.04.06
15 13.04.06
3 12.04.06
5 12.04.06
First Page Previous Page Page 224 / 291 Next Page Last Page

How do I kickstart my Consulting Career?

 
#1 How do I kickstart my Consulting Career?
21/04/2006 11:28

Naresh

Can anyone please tell me how do I kickstart my consulting career?

I am working as a Training Exec for a BPO(Business Process Outsourcing - Debt Collection Process) outfit. I have no formal consulting experience, however I have been able to bring about many significant improvements in the Processes being followed in my organisation. I have a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a specialisation in International Finance and Marketing.

I want to make a career in Consulting... Please Advise!!

Reply  Quote   
 
#2 Re: How do I kickstart my Consulting Career?
23/04/2006 01:35

anon

best way to kickstart is to get a job in consultancy.

Reply  Quote   
 
#3 Re: How do I kickstart my Consulting Career?
23/04/2006 02:38

glenn miller

When did you graduate? If it's within the last 3 years or so, you may still be able to apply to graduate schemes.

Otherwise, getting more experience in industry, perhaps in your present organisation if it's big/well-known, and if you think you can accelerate up the ranks there, would be an option so that you can move into business process improvement consulting somewhere down the line. You would need to focus on getting experience with as many clients and project approaches as possible.

An MBA, or MA/MSc is another option, although I think this is best applied in addition to the industry experience mentioned above.

The main priority for you should be maintaining momentum in your career and showing continuous learning and progression in areas that will transfer directly into consulting. However, as the other poster suggests, the best thing is to get into consulting sooner rather than later if that is always the best environment to demonstrate consulting skills.

Reply  Quote   

Top of Page

ThreadID: 14790

Advertise
Your Jobs!