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Consultant grades at Accenture

 
#1 Consultant grades at Accenture
06/07/2008 13:53

edward

Please can anyone give the grades at accenture and approximate number of years experience to reach each level?

This would be useful to gauge where I should be aiming for as an experienced applicant. I have found the following by searching through past posts:

Analyst A1

Analyst A2

Consultant C1

Consultant C2

Consultant C3

Manager M1

Managers M2

Managers M3

Is this in the correct order? E.g. is a C3 above a C2? I read you spend approx 18 months at each level but this cannot be true as it would then take 9 years to reach manager.

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#2 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
06/07/2008 17:56

anon to edward (#1)

1 yr at each level except sometimes you will be at the promotion level for longer. e.g. you may end up being an A2 for 18 months before you make consultant.

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#3 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 11:04

4285 to anon (#2)

What is the difference between A1 and A2. Have seen people that satyed less than others in the firm but became A2's faster than those that stayed longer any reason for this?

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#4 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 11:50

anon to 4285 (#3)

As before, A1 to A2 is just a progression within level, i.e after 1 year you will move from being an A1 to A2.

I have no idea what the second question is.

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#5 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 15:04

wow to anon (#4)

Had a talk with a manager in GER.

They offered me an A3 position with already nearly 3 years of experience. They only counted 18 months of my consulting career to be valid for there requirements - LOL, I´ve never said "thank you"!

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#6 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 15:39

$0.02 to wow (#5)

yeep, rule of thumb is to take what ever you have outside of accenture and divide by 2.

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#7 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 16:14

wow to $0.02 (#6)

Can´t believe it - that´s why I went elsewhere...

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#8 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 17:41

buyakasha to wow (#7)

The second question is how can someone that started before another person still be an A1 and the one that started afterbe A2?

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#9 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
10/07/2008 17:45

Flawed system to buyakasha (#8)

Dont see the difference between what an A1 and a C2 do on projects, sometimes the A1's get better roles the system is soooooooo freakiiiiiiiing flawed

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#10 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
11/07/2008 09:02

anon to Flawed system (#9)

Thank god for that, I was starting to get worried that when I'm promoted I might actually have to pull the finger out and open a spreadsheet or make a powerpoint!

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#11 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
11/07/2008 11:49

DC'ed off to Flawed system (#9)

Rather than a flawed system, the reason why everyone from A1 through C3 can essentially be doing the same role is that none of them have developed skills beyond those they already had at age 16. You don't develop any skills of value at ACN and the only thing you learn over those five years is how ACN works.

In the interests of balance, exactly the same can be said of DC and CG.

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#12 RE: Consultant grades at Accenture
11/07/2008 12:57

Bob to DC'ed off (#11)

Lots of people appear to get very bitter when they don't get promoted.

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