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Time from Manager to Partner

 
#1 Time from Manager to Partner
01/12/2006 12:11

Anon

What is the anticipated time to make Partner in the mid market; KPMG et al, ACN from entering at Manager level with internal consultant experience?

5 Years, 8 years? Or is that too cautious, too optimistic?

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#2 RE: Time from Manager to Partner
01/12/2006 12:54

Village Idiot to Anon (#1)

I'd have thought that both of those were within the realms of possibility, although you'd really need excellent performance to do it in 5 years. If you went from Manager to SM in 2 years, then did good volumes of business for 3 years, you might go straight to Partner. Alternatively, an estimate of 3 years at Manager, 3 years at SM, 2 years at Director is probably a more realistic career path.

As is always highlighted on this website, the path to Partner is not easy. A large number of consultants won't make it past the Manager stage, and a large number of SMs will never make Partner.

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#3 RE: Time from Manager to Partner
01/12/2006 14:09

anon to Village Idiot (#2)

At Acc they reckon 3-4 years M and 3-4 years SM before making Senior Exec. (formerly Partner) so your estimates are right by those accounts.

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