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Management Consultant - what role...?

 
#1 Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 12:11

Confused

Hi!

I am now looking into moving to a Consultancy, however, everybody seems to have a different meaning for Management Consultant...and then you get all different types of roles on top of that...I can only find a difference between IT and Management...

I am so confused....

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#2 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 12:18

anon to Confused (#1)

Please state your question.

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#3 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 12:44

Confused to anon (#2)

I just want to move from IT Consultant into Management Consultant....is this s role? apparently every consultancy as different roles which they call Management Consulting, and I should pick one of those...however, since I have no experience in MC...what do I pick?

does this sound too confusing to you also?

Still Confused

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#4 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 12:55

val to Confused (#3)

Media arts grad?

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#5 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 14:39

ZB to val (#4)

I sense an ACN Charlatan, realising that their job is not management consulting, wanting to "pick" another role and move out of the morass of boxes and wires in which they are enveloped.

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#6 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 15:13

anon to ZB (#5)

if you don't know what MC is, how do you know you want to be one?

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#7 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 15:14

hmmm to anon (#6)

does this sound too confusing to you also?

Yes. Because your sentences are poorly constructed and barely make sense. You need an A/B at GCSE English to get a job in MC.

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#8 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 16:45

JT to hmmm (#7)

Great comment hmmm

Inciteful

Added value

Relevant to the post

Keep it coming

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#9 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 17:20

Dr Kildaire to hmmm (#7)

"Yes. Because your sentences are poorly constructed and barely make sense. You need an A/B at GCSE English to get a job in MC."

Apparently you need people skills as well - which would seem to rule out the above respondent.

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#10 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
18/04/2008 17:27

yy to JT (#8)

"Great comment hmmm

Inciteful

Added value

Relevant to the post

Keep it coming"

No matter how much frustration/anger/rage hmmm's posts incite, they are never inciteful

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#11 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
20/04/2008 22:01

Big Pat to yy (#10)

Hmmm's latest pearl of wisdom was not too relevant to the post and did not add a lot of value either.

Hmmm are you Claire from the Apprentice?

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#12 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
21/04/2008 08:52

Another view to Big Pat (#11)

Whilst I'd agree that hmmm's tone was dismissive, he makes a valid point in stating that the ability to phrase a question in a coherent manner is a vital skill in consulting.

The OP's question was vague, and even with his clarification, I'm still not sure what the question is

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#13 RE: Management Consultant - what role...?
21/04/2008 13:00

November Sierra to Another view (#12)

Hmmm also produces similar bile after grammatically correct posts which do ask a question.

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