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Big 5 after MBA

 
#1 Big 5 after MBA
16/11/2008 09:46

asd

Hi, Guys!

At what level do people usually join PwC/KPMG/Deloitte/EY/Acc right after MBA?

Assuming that prior MBA a person has 5 years of WE.

I expect the answer in terms of Consultant/SC/Manager/SM.

Regards

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#2 RE: Big 5 after MBA
16/11/2008 13:55

ZB to asd (#1)

Depends on the nature of the WE

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#3 RE: Big 5 after MBA
16/11/2008 16:09

sdf to ZB (#2)

Let's assume that 5 years of WE are in corporate sales/marketing (high industry) and it's top MBA school.

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#4 RE: Big 5 after MBA
16/11/2008 16:10

sdf to sdf (#3)

Sorry, high tech industry

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#5 RE: Big 5 after MBA
16/11/2008 17:35

A to asd (#1)

At Deloitte, someone with that background would come in at the top of the Consultant grade (with a view to quick promotion) or at the bottom of the Senior Consultant grade (e.g. if they had additional experience in consulting through MBA internships).

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#6 RE: Big 5 after MBA
22/11/2008 14:37

dltt to A (#5)

Consultant? No way. I think even Manager could be possible.

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#7 RE: Big 5 after MBA
22/11/2008 14:50

DC to dltt (#6)

At Deloitte, we would consider you for a Senior Consultant position if you demonstrated a very strong academic (top 30 MBA) and professional background (blue-chip plus prior consulting experience). Without this background, you would be considered for a Consultant position with a view to promotion to Senior Consultant after one year.

Prior to Deloitte, I recruited at PwC and would describe the entry standards/career grade mapping as almost identical across the two firms.

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#8 RE: Big 5 after MBA
23/11/2008 18:31

Forget MBBB, think DP to DC (#7)

Interesting. PWC and Deloitte seem quite strict. Is it because of such high requirements for manager/SM level or old fashioned company culture?

Forget McKinsey where you can get to partner level in 7 years (Jeffrey Skilling did it in 5). At Deloitte you are a sr consultant after 7 years... maybe:)

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#9 RE: Big 5 after MBA
23/11/2008 21:48

Say what? to Forget MBBB, think DP (#8)

Partner in 7 years ?!? From a graduate position ??

Doesn't sound right....

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#10 RE: Big 5 after MBA
23/11/2008 22:07

A survivor to asd (#1)

M1 at ACN. SC at Deloitte.

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#11 Partner in 7 yrs
23/11/2008 22:18

About right to Say what? (#9)

2 yrs Assoc, 2 yrs EM, 3 yrs AP --> Partner.

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#12 RE: Partner in 7 yrs
24/11/2008 00:09

Max K to About right (#11)

You retread, that's 7 years post-MBA (if you're lucky).

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#13 RE: Big 5 after MBA
25/11/2008 10:28

grad student to Say what? (#9)

At least that it is what the company claims, that you have the possibility to get to partner in 5-7 years from a graduate position. It does seem incredible, but I would appreciate it if anyone that has worked or is working there to shed some light on this.

Thnx

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