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30+ days ago

Senior Consultant, Healthcare Value Transformation

Navigant Consulting Boston, MA

Our team of more than 3,000 global professionals are bound through a shared commitment to excellence and purpose of enabling our clients to shape the… Navigant Consulting


30+ days ago

Consultant - RD Management service team

Navigant Consulting Burlington, MA

Our team of more than 3,000 global professionals are bound through a shared commitment to excellence and purpose of enabling our clients to shape the… Navigant Consulting


30+ days ago

Sr. Consultant, Energy Technology, RD Management and Policy (Burlington MA) (Cam

Navigant Consulting Burlington, MA

The Company has more than 2,700 employees and a geographic presence in over 50 cities globally. Navigant Consulting has been recognized by… Navigant Consulting


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Navigant Consulting Chairman and CEO Julie M. Howard
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    Inconsistent management and narrowly defined verticals

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    Current Employee - Managing Consultant in Burlington, MA
    Current Employee - Managing Consultant in Burlington, MA

    I have been working at Navigant Consulting full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    I've stayed at Navigant much longer than I should have because I love my coworkers. Hands down, they are the best. Smart, highly qualified, and passionate about the work (we're in the energy practice.)

    Cons

    However, it doesn't matter that I have wonderful, smart, coworkers. The majority of the work is large government contracts, which is repetitive and mind numbing on a good day. There are some offices that have a better mix of contracts (not all government work) but that is the minority in Navigant Energy. How quickly you move up also depends on who you work for. I've seen people in other parts of the practice get promoted year after year, while other managing directors seem to believe in a tenure track system wherein they will not consider promoting their staff until 3-4 years have passed at one level.

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    Reward your staff for being the overachieving ambitious workers that they are, and be consistent about it across the company. I know you're talking about consistency, but we have yet to see it filter down to the bottom of the totem pole.
    Get out there and get us more work to do than these giant 3-5 year government contracts of rote work. You hire the best, from top institutions, why give us such unimaginative assignments?

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