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Inconsistent supervision

3.0 of 5 stars



Great project experiences with top clients. Chance to gain good networking contacts. Very interesting assignments


If you end up working for an Asian project manager and you are an Anglo, you need to know you are being evaluated based on Asian performance standards. Sadly, there is a very subtle form of discrimination occurring.

I put up with that nonsense for several projects and then resigned. t=That was seven months ago, so I hope supervision has changed.


A great chance to build a super resume in the consulting arena

Good experience Interning

4.0 of 5 stars

February 2015 | FORMER EMPLOYEE


Challenging and meaningful projects. Exposure to many upper level management. Great resources to complete projects. Very cutting edge technology


Expectations were not always communicated well. Also, there was not as much communication as I would expect in such a team driven culture


Try to get referred internally. I completely believe it is a crap shoot if you throw your application into the black hole that is the online submission

Great launchpad for career: get the experience and move on

4.0 of 5 stars

December 2014 | CURRENT EMPLOYEE


Very talented consultants who are at the top of their fields and are willing to mentor junior talent who expresses interest
Strong brand name in the industry
Solid management
Plenty of exposure to technological areas or industries to carve out a specialty for yourself
Good opportunities for switching out of consulting to other firms, or into industry
Well-defined career path


Network can be your undoing if not done properly
Salary is sub-par for the amount of work expected from you. It seems the only ones making any money are partners
External training support is limited for a company that sells its people
Getting the firm to spend a few thousand on training its people (classes or software) is an uphill battle


Network with practitioners before, during and after the recruitment process. People are open and willing to go for a coffee to get to know you - all it takes is one person to bring your name forth to the recruitment committee and you will have an interview

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