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PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team

 
#1 PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
21/01/2011 13:56

Tony

I was hoping someone may be able to give me a bit of detail on PWC's Leadership and Culture Change teams in London. Size, location, atmosphere, anything that will give me a flavour of the reality of working with them!

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#2 RE: PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
21/01/2011 14:06

onion to Tony (#1)

while you're at it, google PWC's consulting head Unwin - he's been in the press a lot the last couple of days courtesy of his wife :D :D

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#3 RE: PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
21/01/2011 16:54

SER to Tony (#1)

Tiny - I would hardly call it a team and I work there. More a parking spot for one or two senior people who have a passing interest in the topic and don't fit anywhere else. Roll them out whenever an RFP requires leadership and culture change - never works, but you gotta play along.

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#4 RE: PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
22/01/2011 17:59

Fiz to SER (#3)

I agree, I've been at PwC (in London) for four years and have never come across a "Leadership and Culture Change" team. For anything like that we've always used partner firms/contractors. I'd hardly trust PwC partners to talk about leadership or culture ;-)

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#5 RE: PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
24/01/2011 11:29

1999 Venture Capitalist to deleted (#0)

As a leading Venture Capitalist from the year 1999, I value your website in the region of £5.5Bn - £7.5Bn (i.e. more than the likes of Ford and General Motors).

This is primarily because Internet penetration is due to reach 350 million in China by the year 2040, according to data I have extrapolated from the period 1992-1996.

After all, Schwab, e-Bay and Boo.com are worth a fortune according to my like-minded VC colleagues, and your web presence is in the same Internet space.

Thank you and good night.

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#6 RE: PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
24/01/2011 14:43

Big Boots to 1999 Venture Capitalist (#5)

Why thank you. And how much would you say a phantom team at a Big4 is worth?

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#7 RE: PWC Leadership and Culture Change Team
24/01/2011 14:58

1999 Venture Capitalist to Big Boots (#6)

I would estimate the value of said Phantom Team in the Big 4 to be worth in the region of £50-75M. This is because I have heard that Partners in Deloitte earn about £700K, and I am very easily impressed by big corporate brand names and flashy offices - even if said team does not actually exist. Furthermore, I have heard from a very reputable headhunter that some Big 4 companies are planning to expand their consulting practice via organic growth from 400 staff to around 200,000 by Q1, 2012.

So, overall, given my impressionability and the fact that Big 4 names are something that all of us in the VC community regularly wet our pants about in excitement (CNN and the like helps us feel that corporate names are especially important), I would expect it to fetch in the region of £50-75M.

Thank you.

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