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I have been working at AccenturePros
Interesting projects – if you can get onto them
Fairly open culture. Some support available for training and further qualifications.
Wide field of experience – provided you don't let yourself get pigeon-holed.
Quite fair promotion policy: you get evaluated each year against all of your contempories and your entry cohortCons
Most of the work is quite boring and repetitive systems/IT consulting.
Long hours, sometimes unpredictably long, sometimes including weekends
Progress depends on choosing the right mentor[s], and then getting on with them. And then looking for the next good mentor . . . .
Pay should go up fast, once you make Consultant grade; but rises have been cut back in the "present downturn". [What "present downturn"? you may ask].Advice to ManagementAdvice
Be more open about what Accenture really is: a large, very professional, systems/IT/operations consulting firm. But NOT - except for rare occasions - a strategy consultancy. It doesn't compete with the Bains/BCGs/McKinseys etc.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO