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Interview Skills: The Marco Rubio Edition

The most recent Republican primary featured a by-now infamous exchange between presidential hopefuls Chris Christie and Marco Rubio. Ostensibly about whether or not Rubio had sufficient experience required to do the job of President, the exchange is notable for Rubio's use of a seemingly-canned piece of exposition three times in as many minutes-a piece of theater all the more remarkable for the fact that he was taking flak from Christie for using it, while using it. Read More >

'Netflix for Air Travel': A Consultant's New Best Friend?

By now, we're well-used to the concept of paying a monthly fee for unlimited, on-demand access to something, whether it's episodes of streaming video, DVDs in the mail (remember those?), or, uh, New York Times articles. There's still a question, however, of how the concept scales when it comes to things that we typically don't consume on a daily basis-especially when those things cost a lot of money. Read More >

3 Major Differences Between Consulting and Startup Life

Andrew Faircloth and Brent Macon were management consultants for three years (Andrew with Bain & Co., Brent with McKinsey & Co.). They started Primer Sports in August 2015 to help outgoing professionals use sports to connect with people in the workplace and beyond. Both are first-time entrepreneurs. Read More >

McKinsey Goes to Prison: Unusual Consulting Assignments

I'll admit that my eyebrows went up when I received an email from a colleague this week with the headline "McKinsey Back in Prison." First, a moment of self-doubt: was there a scandal I'd missed? An appeal hearing related to the Galleon Group affair? Nope: everything is on the level. Read More >

Finding Startup Success

Choosing to make a career out of your idea for a startup is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. Startup success requires a unique idea, extensive dedication, and the business skills to make it happen. In fact, becoming the head of a new, growing company might call for more career skills than any other job out there.  Running with Creative Ideas  Creative ideas can strike anywhere. In fact, many students find start up success while they are still taking classes. Read More >

The Top Tech Job Search Terms

The speed of change in the tech industry can be one of its biggest selling points or its greatest threat to your career, depending on your perspective. For proof of that concept, consider the list of the most-used terms in tech job postings, which come to us courtesy of Textio, a startup that is dedicated to predicting the performance of all kinds of written material online. Read More >

How to Brainstorm Effectively: Tips From a Former Consultant

Andrew Faircloth and Brent Macon were management consultants for three years (Andrew with Bain & Co., Brent with McKinsey & Co.). They started Primer Sports in August to help outgoing professionals use sports to connect with people in the workplace and beyond. Both are first-time entrepreneurs. Read More >

This Interview Question Could Change Your Career

There's a good post over on Quartz today that's all about millennial career dissatisfaction. While the whole thing is worth a read-regardless of whether you're a millennial yourself or an old who's all but given up on trying to figure the kids out and is just looking forward to the sweet release of death/retirement so you won't have to read any more think-pieces about how to inspire them anymore-one point in particular stood out to me from a career perspective. Read More >

The Best Consulting Firms in Europe, 2016

I'm delighted to announce that the Vault's 2016 European Consulting Rankings are now live! Marking our final set of consulting rankings for the year-we released North America and Asia-Pacific in August and September respectively -it's wonderful to be able to report that all three rankings were based on significantly higher survey responses than in previous years, from a higher number of participating firms than ever before. Read More >

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