ABOUT THIS COMPANY:
An ascendant descendent
As a consultancy, A.T. Kearney has a rich heritage that takes it back to the setup of McKinsey & Company and the arrival of consulting as a profession in 1920s Chicago. When James Oscar McKinsey set up his original firm in the city in 1926, one of the first partners he was to hire three years later was a certain fellow by the name of Andrew Thomas Kearney. Following McKinsey's death in 1939, the firm's two offices—based in New York and Chicago—split, with Kearney taking the latter and focusing the company's attention on operations and manufacturing.
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The Intellectual Capital of A.T. Kearney
The intellectual capital publishing program showcases A.T. Kearney's thought-leadership and case work. The firm publishes a journal, Executive Agenda, and issue/insight papers and monographs that detail today's most compelling business issues, from growth strategies to foreign investment patterns. Bylines of A.T. Kearney consultants also appear on books on a variety of topics published by major trade publishers. In 2003, books by A.T. Kearney authors included Stretch! How Great Companies Grow In Good Times and Bad (John Wiley & Sons) and Winning the Profit Game (McGraw-Hill). The wealth of information, unique analyses and breadth of topics in the A.T. Kearney intellectual capital program are sure to appeal to executives in all functions and in virtually any industry.
YOUR CAREER AT A.T. Kearney
Great working environment where your ideas make a difference.
At A.T. Kearney, our working environment is flexible and open - and people are encouraged to contribute and share their ideas. And those ideas are put to work to provide meaningful, measurable results for clients. As an A.T. Kearney consultant you are part of a dynamic and enduring community.