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What's the typical day of a Roland Berger consultant?

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Dear User,

Thank you for your question.

There is the classical answer of "there is no such thing as a typical day" but I'll try to avoid that phrase because you can definitely see a pattern.

Usually, the week kicks off Monday morning with me travelling to the client's premises where I have several meetings and workshops scheduled for the day. In between, I prep for the next meetings and workshops and also try to get other stuff done. After leaving that day I'll check in at the hotel. Tuesday to Thursday are mostly meetings and workshop, preparing documentations or suggestions as well as consolidating results. Thursday after the last meeting I head back to Munich. I usually spend Friday doing home office to recap and document this week's results as well as preparing everything necessary for the upcoming week.

Contentwise, there is no such thing as a typical week or day :)

Best,

Yves

Dear User,

Thank you for your question.

There is the classical answer of "there is no such thing as a typical day" but I'll try to avoid that phrase because you can definitely see a pattern.

Usually, the week kicks off Monday morning with me travelling to the client's premises where I have several meetings and workshops scheduled for the day. In between, I prep for the next meetings and workshops and also try to get other stuff done. After leaving that day I'll check in at the hotel. Tuesday to Thursday are mostly meetings and workshop, preparing documentations or suggestions as well as consolidating results. Thursday after the last meeting I head back to Munich. I usually spend Friday doing home office to recap and document this week's results as well as preparing everything necessary for the upcoming week.

Contentwise, there is no such thing as a typical week or day :)

Best,

Yves