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Celebrities in Consulting

 
#1 Celebrities in Consulting
29/03/2010 16:57

Perez

If celebrities worked for consulting companies, which celebs do you think would work for which consultancies?

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#2 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
29/03/2010 22:16

Polish Plumber to Perez (#1)

I had a conversation with Polish cleaning ladies today about which celebs would work in which toilets in London. I think Riannah would be cleaning a public toilet at Kings Cross next to Planform 9.

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#3 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 08:53

anon to Polish Plumber (#2)

She could certainly change my loo roll

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#4 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 16:42

Gossip to Perez (#1)

Not really a celebrity...but I think Chelsea Clinton did a stint with Mck.....

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#5 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 16:45

anon to Gossip (#4)

Yes, I heard about that too.

I expect they hired her because she's so clever. As opposed to because her dad was the president of the USA.

I wonder how much of the "every weekday night is an all-nighter" treatment she would have got?

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#6 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 17:10

PL to anon (#5)

Bobby Davro completed 2 years on the BCG grad programme before switching to light entertainment.

Also, John Gaunt was at the vanguard of TQM developments within McK.

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#7 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 17:33

Kelvin McKenzie to PL (#6)

If I hear that John Gaunt TQM bull$hit one more time...

...it was ME that took TQM into McK and Gaunt knows it. Not only did he nick the credit but when I resigned in protest, he got them to change the name of the company to McKinsey. To think that the firm I FOUNDED no longer bears my name...makes my blood boil.

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#8 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 20:51

Arno to Kelvin McKenzie (#7)

Stuart Murdoch was an associate at Bain and then started his own consultancy before forming cult indie-pop band Belle & Sebastian. He still releases thought leadership publications through their website and had a brief stint as a trader at Nomura. He refers to this in their seminal second album "If you're feeling Sinister" on the last track.

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#9 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 21:35

What Celeb to Arno (#8)

John Legend was a management consultant like John Legend at BCG before releasing platinum albums and writing for Kanye West.

<br> Now he puts in an 11 hour day with groupies!!

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#10 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
30/03/2010 21:50

Hello Magazine to What Celeb (#9)

Rumor has it that Paris Hilton used to be an MC for one of the big systems integrators, until she got bored and became an It-Girl instead.

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#11 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 08:49

oldlag to Hello Magazine (#10)

Jordan would work for PA as they have a common ethic round confidentiality

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#12 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 09:38

Fatcher's Child to oldlag (#11)

Didn't Ben Elton's bruvver used to work for PA?

Something to do with the T5 baggage handling springs to mind...

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#13 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 11:03

harsh to Fatcher's Child (#12)

Eddie "The Eagle " Edwards heads up the PA 2012 olympics team. They brought him in as he would be - to PA, in comparison to his peers - an immediate high-flyer.

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#14 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 11:06

billum to Fatcher's Child (#12)

the newsreader / presenter Fiona Bruce spent a couple of years at Andersen Consulting

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#15 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 12:31

anon to billum (#14)

If Cat Deeley was a consultant, which firm would she work for and why?

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#16 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 13:15

billum to anon (#15)

Accenture. She is slightly cross-eyed, which would allow her to maintain eye contact with the client using one eye,while using the other to monitor the 15 junior consultants sneaking onto his project behind his back..

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#17 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
31/03/2010 15:35

mooney to billum (#16)

To answer the OP, Joan Rivers was Head of Battlefield Contour De-lineation, Mars and Co, 2001 - 2004

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#18 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
08/04/2010 17:53

anon to mooney (#17)

William Hague used to work for McKinsey and Josh Lewsey works for PwC in their Org Change team as a Senior Manager - leadership coaching I believe, which does make sense given his army and professional rugby background. Don't know any others though.

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#19 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
08/04/2010 18:48

Ashish to anon (#18)

rahul gandhi worked for monitor group...if you dont know who he is google him

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#20 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
11/04/2010 00:48

anon to Ashish (#19)

don't google him - waste of time - he's some indian politician

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#21 RE: Celebrities in Consulting
11/04/2010 15:25

Helen of Troy to anon (#20)

I'm sure I've seen Mickey Mouse at PA. Quite a few times actually.

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