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I have been working at Mu Sigma full-time (More than 8 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Having spent 9 years at the company as of today, wanted to take a few minutes to reflect upon the experience. + A very diverse exposure to a range of clients across verticals. I worked with close to 20 fortune 500 companies with a lot of senior executives + Freedom to pursue a number of innovative new ideas, personally i have seen a bunch of ideas that were taken to the leadership team then getting approved to be pursued, that felt great in the early part of career it feels good now too + Being part of building a company which has practically redefined analytics and how customer centricity can be delivered. from 2006 to 2015 it feels good about changing the landscape + the fact that younger smart people are given an opportunity to do some extra ordinary things + extremely direct culture, no hierarchy - i had a the flexibility to reach anyone at any time, no politics. it might feel odd to some but its great to have the transparency + Hunger - The company got built in 10 years what many others took 20-30 years to build and fundamentally changed the rules of the game in many ways + Bringing new ways of problem solving to an age old profession of consulting, some of the integration between Math business and technology could have been done by other players but they chose not to - giving rise to Mu Sigma. And its great to see how it plays out from inside And its been a great journey from starting as an analyst to be running part of the business as a regional head.
I will acknowledge some that pop up here and there and some which i thought about 1) Pay - a little bit lesser than what market pays - The growth, exposure, and opportunities should cover the gap, if you are good you will make up by getting to a higher level and responsibility 2) Work life balance: If you are building a company and you are relatively young, then rapid learning is a must and it requires extra time to be invested. This is no different from any company which is experiencing hyper growth.
Advice to Management
The question is around how to keep focus on the vision and keep growing at a rapid pace despite all the distractions.