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post #286 of 502
geez if you like the people then become friends. don't artificially draw lines like that.
just don't be an ass - people in real life don't like that either
post #287 of 502
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what else should i be aware of, as i make my transition into real-life?

-Dress well
-Stay out of debt & don't inflate your lifestyle as you progress in your career
-Travel often
-Learn from your mistakes
post #288 of 502
What are the top 5, 10, or so Management Consulting firms to apply for out of undergrad? (other than MBB)
post #289 of 502
vault.com should have the info you're looking for. Off the top of my head, there are the big 5 accounting/consulting firms, monitor group, at kearney, booz, mercer.
post #290 of 502
step 1: never, ever, take advice from yjeezle step 2: profit
post #291 of 502
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step 1: never, ever, take advice from yjeezle
step 2: profit

damn you got some major beef dude.
post #292 of 502
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1. Dress well 2. Stay out of debt & don't inflate your lifestyle as you progress in your career 3. Travel often 4. Learn from your mistakes
1 + StyleForvm != 2
post #293 of 502
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vault.com should have the info you're looking for. Off the top of my head, there are the big 5 accounting/consulting firms, monitor group, at kearney, booz, mercer.

there are also some excellent boutique firms that should also give you some excellent exit ops, such as LEK or Parthenon. Not ranked too high by vault, though, so you'd have to do some research.
post #294 of 502
could someone with sales management consulting experience speak about their experiences? also how does it compare to other forms of consulting (i.e. risk management, ligation, etc)
post #295 of 502
Are you talking about consulting on sales compensation, or on how to sell? Or CRM / Marketing? I've never heard of management consulting focused on "sales".
post #296 of 502
Might be a silly question, but still: I'm in business school right now (Master in General Management), previous degree is a Master in Literature and Linguistics, with less than stellar grades. Some of the major consulting companies have recruitment events at my school, but I have been told that I shouldn't bother, since they'll never pay attention to someone with my grades/background. Is this true, or should I try anyway?
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Might be a silly question, but still: I'm in business school right now (Master in General Management), previous degree is a Master in Literature and Linguistics, with less than stellar grades. Some of the major consulting companies have recruitment events at my school, but I have been told that I shouldn't bother, since they'll never pay attention to someone with my grades/background. Is this true, or should I try anyway?

If you don't even try, guess what the outcome is guaranteed to be..
post #298 of 502
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could someone with sales management consulting experience speak about their experiences? also how does it compare to other forms of consulting (i.e. risk management, ligation, etc)
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Are you talking about consulting on sales compensation, or on how to sell? Or CRM / Marketing? I've never heard of management consulting focused on "sales".

Yep, Sales Management Consulting

a little snippet listed under the "about" tab of a company im applying to:

XXX has a single focus: helping the world's leading sales teams drive growth. Backed by 26 years of experience, deep industry data and a proven sales growth methodology, XXX provides sales management consulting to allow sales organizations to anticipate change, align their sales force with company goals and drive sales ROI.
post #299 of 502
If you really don't want people to know where you're applying, you should alter/delete the text. Google easily points you to the company.
post #300 of 502
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If you don't even try, guess what the outcome is guaranteed to be..

True, but I also know that I'll be flooded with work soon enough, and I go for this I'd put effort into. Want to try to figure out beforehand whether it wouldn't just be a waste.
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