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10 hrs ago

Public Sector Financial Management Experienced Associate – new

PwC Annapolis Junction, MD

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading company that services Fortune 500 companies, and will give you the experience… PwC


10 hrs ago

Public Sector Financial Management Senior Associate – new

PwC Annapolis Junction, MD

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading firm that services clients that include the Fortune 500, and will give you the… PwC


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PwC US Chairman & Senior Partner Robert Moritz
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    Pros

    You can find several careers in your lifetime within PwC. There are extensive opportunities within the company, if you align with the right partners who can open doors for you.

    Cons

    Many silos due to acquisition of several small companies that make up PwC Advisory. Each silo runs independently within PwC. This fosters multiple cultures, competing methodologies, miscommunications, and way of executing the work. It's important to watch your back always. The best advise given on my first day was "trust no one". What works for one team, may not work for another team - and as an employee you can be caught in the middle and ripped apart for not delivering quality that was good for one team but not another.

    Advice to Management

    Integrate the acquired companies to create one cohesive PwC. Today, there are too many functional silos, too many methodologies, too many inconsistent messages, that the employee experience is inconsistent and can be quite negative depending upon which group one is hired into. Two additional areas to work on are discrimination, diversity, and respect and sensitivity training at the leadership level.


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