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22 days ago

Risk Assurance Internal Audit Manager

PwC Toledo, OH

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2 days ago

Insurance or Banking Audit Manager – new

PwC Philadelphia, PA

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading firm that services Fortune 500 companies, and will give you the experience and… PwC


17 days ago

Risk Assurance Manager IT Audit

PwC Austin, TX +3 locations

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11 days ago

Internal Audit Manager Health Industries

PwC Hartford, CT +2 locations

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19 days ago

IT Audit Manager Financial Services

PwC Chicago, IL +2 locations

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7 days ago

Internal Audit Manager Healthcare Sector

PwC Houston, TX

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13 days ago

Audit Manager Financial Services Sector

PwC Dallas, TX

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20 hrs ago

Manager Internal Audit Financial Services – new

PwC San Francisco, CA +2 locations

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8 days ago

Assurance Manager Core Audit (Johnson City TN)

PwC Franklin, TN

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24 days ago

IT Audit Manager Financial Services (Carolinas)

PwC Charlotte, NC

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    Internal competition and backbiting get in the way of learning and collaboration.

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    I worked at PwC full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Highly ethical, great exposure and training opportunities. Compensation is a plus and highly competitive. Co-workers tend to be great, for the most part.

    Cons

    The higher you get up the ladder, the less collaboration you experience from partners and other peers. Internal competition is high between practices serving the same industry, as well as between partners. Horizontal practices (e.g., service lines like procurement, supply chain, etc.) compete for business with industry verticals, who develop their own capabilities in these areas, since there is no incentive to use individuals from other practices on projects. As you rise in the ranks, it is sell, sell, sell, and partners are pitted against partner in this regard, and very few help the more junior directors develop business. Best quote: "If you want a partner involved on an opportunity, get a qualified meeting with a potential client and invite us to the meeting". Not a place to learn or partner once you get above manager. It's sink or swim.

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    think about how the way your reward partners for revenue, etc. cascades through the culture. It isn't very good. And it certainly doesn't foster collaboration in the name of client service. While the firm does terrific work when we win client projects, the net net is a loose confederation of ultimate individual contributors at the upper ranks. It's sad to watch such a great firm be so fragile in this regard. And even worse to live in that culture.

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