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Accenture CEO Pierre Nanterme
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    Current Employee - Information and Data Strategy Analyst in Milan (Italy)
    Current Employee - Information and Data Strategy Analyst in Milan (Italy)

    I have been working at Accenture full-time (more than an year)


    Solid company with a strong brand. Benefits when working out of town.


    The work often is a lot and you can never plan life ahead, but its consulting and you should know it beforehand. The real problem at Accenture is that there is a lot of bureaucracy and your life is completely in the hands of your boss (Senior Manager). It’s more like you work for him than for the company, so situations can vary a lot. There is also a lot of politics going on inside, so to get staffed on particular projects or hope in a promotion, you need a strong sponsor, which should be you Senior Manager, that is hopefully respected inside and sells a lot of projects, if not you may have to wait easily even 4-5 years for a promotion (which should be after 2 years but never actually happens).

    Last but not least, the pay (at least for analysts in Italy) is the lowest in consulting!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make the organization more flexible.
    Be more selective when hiring.
    And most of all ask your selves why most people leave the company after 2 years (hint, pay people more)

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