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Process and Change Management Consultant – new

Booz Allen Honolulu, HI

Key Role: Work with Department of the Navy (DON) government personnel to implement standard financial business processes with a focus on process gap… Booz Allen

17 days ago

Modeling and Simulations SME

Booz Allen Honolulu, HI

Key Role: Conduct assessments of critical tasks associated with COMPACFLT OPLANs using modeling and simulation systems to determine… Booz Allen

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    Former Employee - Associate in Honolulu, HI
    Former Employee - Associate in Honolulu, HI

    I worked at Booz Allen Hamilton full-time (more than a year)


    The company trusted me to perform on a client-facing contract the way I saw fit. There was a lot of flexibility, so long as I remembered that my role was as a consultant for the firm and not an employee for the contracting entity.

    The local office offered many opportunities to network within the firm after contracted work hours.

    During the government shutdown, BAH found creative and fair ways of holding onto a large majority of its employees.

    I was able to participate in the interview process for manning a new contract.


    In my particular case, I felt that first and second levels of management failed to correct bad feelings between two separate, but closely related, clients, leaving me as the fall guy in the middle. I expect more from the retired military Colonels and General Officers who hold these management positions.

    In order to advance after the first year or two, one must be involved in getting new business or expanding current business. Management ignored the four new business and one expanded business ideas I floated.

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    I encourage Senior Associates and Principals to get to know the skills, talents and desires of their Consultants and Associates so they can better match them to the current and future needs of the company.

    Show interest in self-motivated Associates who show initiative. Walk them through the processes of creating new business for the firm.

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