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Pöyry Energy Consulting - any insights?

 
#1 Pöyry Energy Consulting - any insights?
19/02/2009 15:06

anon

I am looking for information on Pöyry Energy Consulting. They claim to be leading management consultancy company specialized in the energy sector. As a have quite some experience in the sector and would like to change from industry to consulting I am considering applying there.

Any comments on their reputation, culture, etc, would be highly appreciated

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#2 RE: Pöyry Energy Consulting - any insights?
21/02/2009 12:36

ZB to anon (#1)

Interesting firm with a varied and complex business model. I always lack of leadership and coherent strategy always let them down. As far as competency is concerned they are strong in change management, performance improvement and business process optimisation, whilst weaker in areas around business transformation, IT configuration, human capital and data architecture

zb

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#3 RE: Pöyry Energy Consulting - any insights?
21/02/2009 17:08

Buddy the Wonderdog to ZB (#2)

Oh, poor ZB, I see you still have some personal transference issues.

"<b>I</b> always lack of leadership and coherent strategy"

Now, that may be true, but it's a tough job market out there and firms are rejecting candidates for all kinds of simpler reasons in the first instance. Maybe they were just holding out for somebody with a stronger grasp of English grammar or with a high school graduation certificate.

"<b>I</b> always... let them down"

Hey, little buddy, that's not what they think. Hiring managers have to have weak candidates on the list in order to make the strong candidates look good, so you're actually helping them. You're only letting yourself down by being used in this way in every job application.

You should have an early night. We'll work on your job application technique in the morning. I still think you need to see a specialist about the transference issues though - they could <i>really</i> let you down if they come out under stress at work.

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