As the number of opportunities you have increases so too does the complexity involved in making a decision. For example, think of the last time you
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“Consulting has traditionally been and is still a boys club, particularly at management level”, female McKinsey Consultant. “A lot of times I
Curiosity is a word frequently associated with childhood or domestic pets. When a child is experiencing the world around them for the first time and
“By a continuing process of inflation, government can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens.”
Economic meltdowns hold important lessons for business consultants. Since the philosophies, frameworks, and insights developed by top firms
With the tight professional services market in the US, everyone I know in consulting has talked about how they know people who jumped consulting
In a locked-down world, global opportunities have been all but forgotten. That may be an exaggeration, but cross-cultural exchange has been
Knowing the ins and outs of upcoming trends in finance is indispensable for any aspiring consultant. You are likely to receive a question at your
MBA consulting recruiting season starts every fall. For a few falls now, in my capacity as a volunteer career advisor, I have had to uncomfortably
5G networks are a promising wireless technology that online bookmakers and sports betting operators should factor into their business strategy.
I have recently been asked questions on how pioneering inventions will interact with government regulation in multiple consultancy interviews.
Let’s say you get into a great MBA program. You go in with a clear post-MBA goal. Going through the motions of the program you get talking with
When career entrants and university graduates discuss the Big Four accountancy firms, EY, PwC, KPMG and Deloitte, they are most often portrayed as
Although commentators have long predicted a shift towards remote working, the Covid-19 pandemic has certainly driven the point home. As we currently
Flying leg break during a black belt test in 2016 I stood facing a wall of black plastic boards, faintly hearing “U-S-A, U-S-A” chanting from