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4 days ago

Federal - IBM Cognos BI Report Developer

Accenture Washington, DC

Accenture is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Accenture is committed to providing veteran employment… Accenture

1 day ago

Procurement Category Manager + – new

Accenture Washington, DC

Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment… Accenture

21 days ago

Accenture Federal Services - Technology and Systems Integration Analyst (15/16)+

Accenture Washington, DC

· 3.2 or higher cumulative (overall) GPA · Our preferred majors are: Engineering (all disciplines), Computer Science, , Information Systems/Decision… Accenture

28 days ago

Sales Capture Lead App Services, Account Executive Senior Manager +

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications: • Minimum of 12 years experience with strong sales, delivery, relationship management and account management experience… Accenture

25 days ago

Corporate Functions/HR: Talent Innovation Lab Research Lead (USA Negotiable)

Accenture Washington, DC

• Knowledge of and experience in research techniques (VoC, QFD, etc.) • Experience with modeling of business scenarios, pricing and profitability… Accenture

6 days ago

Upstream Performance Management Manager+

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications • Bachelors Degree (preferred) • At least 5 years of experience in Upstream Oil & Gas Drilling and Completions… Accenture

6 days ago

Federal - Governance and Internal Controls Lead

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications: • 5 years of experience with implementing internal controls compliant with COSO framework • Bachelor's Degree Preferred… Accenture

6 days ago

Upstream Performance Management Sr. Manager+

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications • Bachelors Degree (preferred) • At least 8 years of experience in Upstream Oil & Gas Drilling and Completions… Accenture

8 days ago

ENOVIA V6/MatrixOne Solution Architect

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications: • 5 years of experience in implementing ENOVIA V6 and/or MatrixOne • 2 years of experience in ENOVIA V6 / Matrixone… Accenture

28 days ago

Federal - Workstation Desktop Infrastructure Consultant

Accenture Washington, DC

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Build (VMWare View, Citrix XenDesktop, etc.), Application Virtualization Build (Microsoft App-V, Endeavor… Accenture

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    Great people and experience, but there are severe challenges as a huge corporation

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    Current Employee - Senior Analyst  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Analyst in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Accenture full-time for more than a year


    The people are fantastic. Most of them will go out of their way to help you in whatever way they can. They tend to care about your professional development and advancement in the firm (and in your career).

    The work can also be very interesting if you network with people that do the type of work that interests you.


    There are several distinct challenges at Accenture.

    First, it can be easy to either feel lost in the staffing process or trapped in a niche. This can be mitigated by aggressive networking.

    Second, when you are unstaffed, HR will try to force you to join the projects that need warm bodies (aka the bad ones). It is in HR and the firm's interest to maximize your chargeability, but this may not align with your career interests or skill-set. Again, this challenge is best mitigated by aggressive networking.

    Third, the review process can be challenging given the number of employees involved. Even high performers can be passed over for promotion if they or their reviewers lack the rank or political savvy necessary to lock in a high rating.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider lowering chargeability targets slightly or at least offering a week-long "grace period" after an engagement ends before HR starts pressuring employees to join another project. This will greatly improve morale, and it may even allow employees to find the projects where they will perform at their highest potential.

    Hold more office-wide or at least functional/industry social events to allow employees more opportunities to network outside their specific teams.

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