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Advice for junior consultant

 
#1 Advice for junior consultant
16/01/2011 22:08

Ahmad Maher

Hi all,

I am a software architect with 7+ years of experience in software design and coding, and team management. I got a M.Sc. in IT management (something like MBA with concentration in IT). Now, I would really like to move to the management consulting field. I have good theoretical background thru MSc studies but it is still theoretical (like Risk Management, project management ... etc). I got practical experience in management thru work. I will apply for an opening of interest to me. I hope you could advise on two issues:

1. Tips for writing an appealing resume for a professional like myself that promotes his entry to the management consulting field

2. Topics to familiarise myself with before going to interviews for management consulting positions (to show that I am a good candidate and can learn)

Appreciating any feedback

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#2 RE: Advice for junior consultant
16/01/2011 23:50

ABC to Ahmad Maher (#1)

You need to be more clear about the type of firm (give names) and the position you hope to apply for.

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