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ADLittle / BAH / Berger - your opinion

 
#1 ADLittle / BAH / Berger - your opinion
14/04/2005 13:21

Liliana

Hi,

I have a reuqest for rather experienced consultants. I need more background about your practical experiences concerning the consultancies Arthur D.Little, BAH and Roland Berger in Europe.

I can place those consultancies by size and know - in opposite to ADLittle - that BAH and Berger are currently(fast)growing.

1) I found little about ADLittle, what is your opinion about them in general? (chances to grow, directions, the new ceo etc.)

2) How would you describe their inside culture (team, climate) in terms like nice&smart, dry&conservative competetive/cooperative etc?

3) For what 1-2 reasons would you join/not join/prefer each of those companies?

4) What is the typical project focus type/business of BAH, ADlittle and Berger currently? (e.g. Services: growth, restructuring, m&a. Industries: it, automotive. Products: consulting, research)

I saw that there are some postings for Roland Berger already by Tony - I would appreciate very much if consultants knowing these houses could reply briefly to the 4 points above.

Thanks for your support and have a nice day!

Liliana

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