HI Steve, This is obviously an unusual case and I am just sharing my opinion here, so no general rules, and other coaches may have a different view on this. 1. This seems very challenging, if not un... (more)
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BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consulting firm with European roots and global reach. The company has operations in more than 20 countries with around 4,300 employees and is one of the largest management consultancies in Europe. Consultants at BearingPoint know that the world changes constantly. Therefore BearingPoint offers real, tailored solutions for complex business environments and helps clients the realizaation of their goals by applying a deep industry and functional expertise to understand and address their specific needs. Everything is centered around the company's values: Commitment,Teaming, Excellence, Passion and Stewardship.
Career at BearingPoint
BearingPoint enables you to grow personally and you will professionally working with a diverse range of clients and cooperating with talented colleagues internationally. The emphasis is on competency, building through formal training and direct project work. At BearingPoint you typically work in project teams at the client’s location which helps to foster trusted advisor relationships with some of the world’s leading organizations.
Typically, business and technology graduates can join BearingPoint as analysts, and progress to consultant and then to senior consultant levels. The management path comprises four levels; from manager, leading to senior manager, director and, ultimately, partner. Consultants at BearingPoint take specialized career paths, with defined areas of focus, know-how, capability and expertise that allow to progress through the model at a pace that fits.
You can also speed up your career progression by targeting particular topics that you want to pursue and specialize in. BearingPoint will work with you to craft a mutually beneficial, bespoke career plan.
BearingPoint offers you endless possibilities in starting your career, taking it further and handling challenges along the way.
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Is it possible to have a professional reconversion in Consulting after 14 years spent in Investment Banking?
Switch from small consultancy to tier2 consultancy (Accenture, bearing point, pwc; excluding MBB) - what working hours to expect?
Dear Anonymous, I'm sure you already now that, but the thing about consulting is that : From one assignment to another working hours can change widely. That is explained by the fact that with di... (more)