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Consulting to Industry...but where?

 
#1 Consulting to Industry...but where?
05/03/2008 14:18

time to go

Hi All

I'm looking to make the move from IT Consulting (after 4 years).

I've only worked with a few clients (lengthy implementations), so I was wondering who in your experience of working with blue chip clients, would you say stands out as great company (culture, people, ways of working, talent, etc)

I don't trust the Sunday Times Top 100 spiel.

Would you be excited to work for any of these?

P&G

Microsoft

Tesco

M&S

Mars

BP

etc

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#2 RE: Consulting to Industry...but where?
05/03/2008 14:35

its all about you to time to go (#1)

I'd go with the company that has the best reputation for developing people - as that will be you. Both M&S and Mars have produced several FTSE CEO/CIO leaders so seem good prospects.

Alternatively, consider...

If you like free chocolate - Mars

If you like a discount on socks/pants - M&S

If you like travel - BA

If you smoke - try British American Toboacco

If you drink (a lot) - Diageo

If you want to see your co. logo everywhere - SAP

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#3 RE: Consulting to Industry...but where?
15/03/2008 21:40

Theo to time to go (#1)

FYI I have passed through P&G interviews in the past, great company and great culture...the only thing is that usually they are looking for min previous experience, i.e. either they don't usu consider experienced people or they put you in a low level job to begin with

hope this helps

Theo

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