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Travel Procurement Analyst

A.T. Kearney Chicago, IL

• Primary responsibility for supporting the general procurement activities and project work related to the global travel categories working directly… A.T. Kearney


23 days ago

Business Analyst

A.T. Kearney United States

A.T. Kearney is a global team of forward-thinking, collaborative partners that delivers immediate, meaningful results and a long-term… A.T. Kearney


23 days ago

Business Analyst - Campus

A.T. Kearney United States

As a Business Analyst, you are a full member of the client team, where you are expected to contribute ideas, opinions and new information. Working… A.T. Kearney


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    Pros

    - great people in every office that are down-to-earth, very approachable, and hard-working
    - very well liked by clients, especially on a personal level, which increasingly helps win business
    - flat hierarchies with many partners that make time to answer questions and chat
    - allows for fast career progression if performance and network is good
    - on a tremendous growth trajectory, gaining share from MBB, on track to double in size by 2020 while staying profitable
    - early exposure to C-suite if you proof yourself

    Cons

    - travel (national staffing, some global if requested) and working hours, although this very much depends on project and team, which you can influence quite a bit
    - although better than in any corporate treadmill, training and development is limited due to size
    - retirement contribution is weak if you don't stay for at least 3-5 years
    - alumni network needs improvement

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    Don't ever sell out to an accounting firm. Our history tells us it doesn't work.

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