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PPM Practices

 
#1 PPM Practices
27/07/2010 17:00

New Horizons

Dear all, coming to the end of a ft MBA at Bath & looking to make an informed decision in joining a firm within the PPM space.

Is there a stand out winner among the monolithics? (E&Y, KPMG, Deloitte) or are they much of a muchness...

Also, am I missing anyone? Who else has a presence in this area?

Advice, as always, appreciated.

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#2 RE: PPM Practices
27/07/2010 17:02

New Horizons to New Horizons (#1)

I should add prior experience of 5yrs in PPM within both industry (Rolls-Royce) & PM consultancy within the MoD.

Thanks

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#3 RE: PPM Practices
27/07/2010 17:25

billum to New Horizons (#2)

PIPC specialise in PPM; have a friend there who is positive about the culture. were recently acquired by a big Indian outsourcer as a consulkting front end, not sure how that may change things

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#4 RE: PPM Practices
27/07/2010 18:34

New Horizons to billum (#3)

Thanks - I will check them out. And your view across the other practices? I get the sense there's not much between them...

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