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Manager, Organization Effectiveness

Hitachi Consulting Los Angeles, CA

Its client base includes 35 percent of the Fortune 100 and 25 percent of the Global 100, along with many mid-market leaders. With offices throughout… Hitachi Consulting

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Technical Project Manager

Hitachi Consulting Irvine, CA

practice and will support the implementation of a variety of solutions. This resource will participate in the… Hitachi Consulting

30+ days ago

Director of Business Development- Microsoft- Southern California

Hitachi Consulting Irvine, CA

Hitachi Consulting client base includes 25 percent of the Global 100 as well as many leading mid-market companies. We offer a client-focused… Hitachi Consulting

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    Not a great company to start your career, especially if you're an engineer

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    Former Employee - Senior Consultant in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Consultant in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Hitachi Consulting full-time (more than 3 years)


    The company has a open-door policy overall, you can reach upper levels of management very easily. The social scene is nice for younger employees.


    If you are looking to start a consulting career where you gain exposure to multiple businesses, and learn and apply your skills on short-term projects, this is definitely not the company for you. At least not in the LA region, and especially not if you're technology-focused. You will be put in a long-term project where you will stay for upwards of 2 years, driving to some LA suburb, and working on boring projects using aging technology. Think you will have more flexibility at a smaller firm, and get a more personal experience? Wrong, do yourself a favor and accept that offer at the bigger firm. Don't make the mistake like me and waste these crucial early years of your career.

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    Give your lower level employees the mobility to move around projects. That is what they joined a consulting company for.

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