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Accenture Progression Question

 
#1 Accenture Progression Question
18/06/2010 16:09

John Smith

Hi,

I have heard it is harder to progress up the ladder nowadays in Accenture Consulting. Is this actually true and if so what is the average time it takes to go from face faced, wet behind the ears grad to C1?

Also what length of time is "average" to prgress from C1 to M1. There are guidelines on the website but I want to know views from on the ground.

Cheers,

JS

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#2 RE: Accenture Progression Question
18/06/2010 16:23

Arthur Andersen to John Smith (#1)

Not necessarily. If you have strong ratings, you can make it to C1 within two years. The last year and bit were much harder for obvious reasons, however I wouldn't say it is really much harder than before...

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#3 RE: Accenture Progression Question
18/06/2010 17:01

Tiger Woods to Arthur Andersen (#2)

Whatever it takes, it's worth the wait. You can build a great career at the world's leading consultancy firm, Accenture.

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#4 RE: Accenture Progression Question
18/06/2010 18:08

anon to Tiger Woods (#3)

On time would be 2 years analyst to consultant and a further 3 to manager. Took me 2 1/2 years to consultant due to recession but in theory I could be accelerated promote to manager and overall it would have taken 5 years. In practice it's unlikely as there's a bit of a queuing system for promotion at accenture.

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