If it's for a consultant position then expect:
A one hour interview with a Senior Exec. This will involve them introducing themselves and then asking you to do the same. They will want to talk through your cv and remind you that you answers are being cross referenced with your first interview. Usual probing questions about your actual experiences and project work.
After that, you will be asked to read a case study (I didnt get any clues as to what this was and I think it's only fair you find out at the interview :)) You will be asked questions on this to assess your problem solving and communication skills. They are looking to see if they put you infront of a paying client you wont fall apart.
The third stage of the interview is you asking questions. As a tip you might want to asking assumptive questions such as "when I start what advice could you give me to make the most positive impact" or similar.
The final stage is a HR type interview. It really is standard HR competency questions. Tell me a time when you did x, what part did you play and what was the outcome etc.
Hope this helps.
The name and shame thread is incorrect as I was recently offered a position and accepted. I think it's a) either a misunderstanding by the disgruntled candidate or, more likely, b) business demand fluctuating and making recruitment decisions more complicated in that particular hiring area.
If anyone who works at Accenture is reading this can you let me know the following:
What is the deal with the Vodafone Corporate phone contract? It is a fixed price for as much calls, data and sms as you want?
What is the expenses policy for when you're working away from home?