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What went wrong with EY’s F&PM practice?

 
#1 What went wrong with EY’s F&PM practice?
29/07/2009 11:57

Almost an FT&Per

I was just reading the thread about interviewers not following up on interviews, and it occurred to me that I’ve had similar experiences with EY’s finance transformation group within BAS. I interviewed by some moron who was hired from IBM, and was promised they would call me back within the day but never did. That was almost two years ago – still waiting for the call back.

IMHO, F&PM’s problem was that they overexpanded massively, hiring in a bunch of senior people mainly from IBM who promised great things. Many of these guys really struggled, and the IBM lead partner has now been pushed aside with some guy from Capgemini taking over. FT&P are really struggling now with very little private sector work: the recession notwithstanding.

What have I missed? What do people who work for F&PM think of it? Can it be turned around?

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#2 RE: What went wrong with EY’s F&PM practice?
30/07/2009 10:05

Ben fan to Almost an FT&Per (#1)

It's good to see the IBM clique that were so dominant are gradually been sidelined. They were really blowing a lot of hot air up each others' behinds, and I for one wont cry to see them go.

There are a lot of really good consultants on the bench at the minute, and we are not getting much work outside supporting central government work. Winning top quality private sector work needs to be a focus for Ben and our partners over the next year, otherwise it'll be more than the IBM dross that will be walking away.

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#3 RE: What went wrong with EY’s F&PM practice?
10/08/2009 19:56

Nearly Man to Ben fan (#2)

Really poor choice of leadership when they started imo. I know of at least one very senior person that they passed on that was head, shoulders and more ahead of the three guys they went for.

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