Tagged With Consulting

Gen Zers are opening up their own consulting firms to help companies learn how to communicate with them — and they say brands always get the same thing wrong about marketing to the TikTok generation

A young consultant's guide to landing a virtual internship at McKinsey, Bain, PwC, and other top firms that pay big salaries

PRESENTING: 38 power players disrupting the $130 billion consulting industry and solving problems for clients in crisis

SUCCESS INSIDER: Why Boston Consulting Group is letting students pursue a side hustle for their summer internship

MAKING IT AT MCKINSEY: Everything you need to know about getting hired and thriving at consulting-giant McKinsey & Company

HOW TO BREAK INTO CONSULTING: The ultimate guides for getting into business school, nailing a consulting interview, and landing a 6-figure job at firms like McKinsey and Bain

PRESENTING: The 13 consulting firms where you can earn more than $200,000 with an MBA

SUCCESS INSIDER: The best industries for starting million-dollar businesses in 2020

Pete Buttigieg reveals the clients he consulted for at McKinsey, a company he now calls 'amoral'

A top EY executive who has her pulse on what US business leaders are thinking says she's not worried about a recession

Huge consulting firms see an opportunity to displace out of touch advertising agencies --  and they're taking it

With its latest acquisition, WPP-owned Wunderman wants to cosy up to Salesforce

Ad agency R/GA wants to 'disrupt management consultants'

Accenture has acquired one of the biggest digital agencies in Germany

Interpublic wants to become a business transformation consultancy

Consulting firms, cloud companies, and publishers bought more marketing startups in 2016 than the major ad agencies

What it's like to work at Bain & Company, the best workplace of 2017

Deloitte buys Cinder Agency and positions itself as Australia's Salesforce expert

A CEO who's done everything from weigh seals in Antarctica to found a software startup gives his best advice for 20-somethings

2 professors explain how modern management practices encourage people to lie about how many hours they're really working