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Leading Change Consultancies

 
#1 Leading Change Consultancies
07/05/2004 07:55

Stan

Hi, what are your thoughts on the leading Change Management Consultancies? I looking for a switch to consultancy and My interest is in Consultancies which combine formulating a stragegy and implementing this strategy within the organisation. My first thought would be Marakon. Can you recommend any other Consultancies? I would be gratefull for any suggestions. Cheers

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#2 Re: Leading Change Consultancies
19/05/2004 12:40

Kevin

Stan,

I've just moved to Capgemini in Change Consulting. They do a lo of work in the areas you mention and are recruiting at the moment.

Kevin

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#3 Re: Leading Change Consultancies
19/05/2004 14:12

Stan

Thanks

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#4 RE: Leading Change Consultancies
05/12/2006 12:00

mgh to Kevin (#2)

Kevin,

I am considering Capgemini Change consultant position, but struggling with these ovewhelming disputes about poor culture, bad worklife balance, low pay and shitty atmosphere. These gossips actuallly are about most of the consulting companies.

How would you rate overall change management/people change career option at CG?

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#5 RE: Leading Change Consultancies
05/12/2006 12:03

mgh to Kevin (#2)

Kevin,

I am considering Capgemini Change consultant position, but struggling with these ovewhelming disputes about poor culture, bad worklife balance, low pay and shitty atmosphere. These gossips actuallly are about most of the consulting companies.

How would you rate overall change management/people change career option at CG?

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#6 RE: Leading Change Consultancies
05/12/2006 14:02

John P to mgh (#5)

mgh,

Culture and atmosphere in Capgemini is Fantastic. Except you think a relax one is not. Work life balance is great for most I speak to but that is if you exclude the travel.

Pay is the hardest to guage but is still something I am investigating.

So far, I know the following all inclusive package (i.e. Salary and benefits):

C1 - £33K

C2 - £38K - £50K

C3 - £50K - £70K

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