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Deloitte Human Capital

 
#1 Deloitte Human Capital
31/10/2008 21:54

FutureAnalyst

Hello,

¿Could anyone provide any sort of insight regarding this service line?

I've researched the company's website but I'm still not too sure about several things:

1) ¿Is the work too IT related?

2) ¿Is the expertise gained in this area be transferrable to a possible industry role in the future? I'm worried that if I start my carrer in this area I might have little options in the future.

3) ¿Would experience in this service line grant me good credentials to get accepted at a competitive MBA in the future?

Any comments regarding this service line, even from outsiders, would be very much appreciated.

P.S. Excuse my english, it's not my native language.

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#2 RE: Deloitte Human Capital
31/10/2008 21:57

FutureAnalyst to FutureAnalyst (#1)

Oops, a typo in 2).

I meant: "¿Could expertise gained in this area be transferrable...?"

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#3 RE: Deloitte Human Capital
01/11/2008 01:03

ZB to FutureAnalyst (#1)

1) Most work at Deloitte Consulting is IT-driven and centred on IT projects; whether that means it is "too IT related" comes down to your preferences

2) Depending on your specialism within the practice, you could move into a range of positions in industry, from IT change manager, to Marcomms specialist, to internal strategy consultant, to project/programme manager; The experience is very transferable (as is most consulting experience)

3) Acceptance to a top MBA is primarily dependent upon your individual performance. A recognised consulting firm on your CV is nice, but MBA admissions staff look at how you did within context. For example, a mediocre consultant (from any firm) would not be as attractive to MBA admissions as an award-winning plumber or an Olympic gymnast. That said, the role at Deloitte will give you many opportunities to prove yourself.

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