Bain and Company Careers

Bain and Company careers can often be as short as two years, even for high performers. It’s common to start as an undergraduate new-hire and head to an MBA program two years later. But whether you stay for two years…

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Accenture Internship: 5 Tips to Land a Consulting Internship

The Accenture internship is a prized jewel in the internship landscape for business students and aspiring consultants. Past interns have raved about their Accenture internship experience. The Accenture Interview experience includes development & networking opportunities, stimulating challenges, and an impressive…

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Taking A Gap Year

A gap year holds great potential and some drawbacks, depending on ones particular situation. Would it be a good idea for you? Do you have a wanderlust or dread the thought of jumping right into your career straight away after…

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First Mover Advantage: Business Framework

First mover advantage has become a kind of gospel in the business world. Companies everywhere are making huge investments on the assumption that being first to market with a new product or service will give them an insurmountable edge over…

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Accenture Careers

Accenture careers are a perennial topic of interest for aspiring management consultants, as Accenture is clearly a major consulting firm. Within the last year, the Accenture number of employees exceeded 500,000 worldwide. Still, Accenture is not quite in that top…

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Disney Plus: Is It Viable?

Many companies are coming out with their own streaming services, for some it makes sense, others maybe not. Disney+ is entering the foray and we wanted to look at their market entry from a strategy perspective. Does it make sense…

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Digital Transformation: What Is It?

Digital transformation. It’s the new buzzword in Corporate America, and its importance is being magnified in the wake of COVID-19. The term is intriguing. It’s cool. It’s ambiguous. But buzzword or not, the concept deserves our attention and a closer…

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McKinsey 7s: Organizational Design Assessment

In the business landscape of the 1970s and 1980s, strategy and structure carried far more weight than other “softer” areas of business, such as human resources, in ensuring organizational success. McKinsey’s Robert Waterman and Tom Peters stepped in to develop…

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Effective Meeting Strategies

Meetings, meetings, meetings. Sometimes it seems like the world is run on meetings – and it kind of is. But not all managers run effective meetings. Harvard Business Review says the average executive spends about 23 hours a week in…

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