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Management Consultant

Slalom LLC. Portland, OR

• Understand the clients business to design effective processes… Slalom LLC.

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Digital Analytics Consultant

Slalom LLC. New York, NY +2 locations

• Work with clients to gather requirements and understand digital analytics needs • Work with clients to develop digital analytics solutions to… Slalom LLC.

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Organizational Effectiveness Consultant

Slalom LLC. New York, NY +6 locations

• Understand the clients business to design effective organizational change, learning, organization design, communication and/or talent management… Slalom LLC.

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Business Analyst

Slalom LLC. New York, NY +8 locations

• Demonstrate a logical, rigorous, and analytical problem-solving approach, leading requirements gathering sessions and preparing and delivering… Slalom LLC.

30+ days ago

Practice Area Lead Strategy and Operations

Slalom LLC. New York, NY +2 locations

for the role will include: • Driving the overall growth of practice area through a combination of… Slalom LLC.

30+ days ago

Senior .NET Developer

Slalom LLC. New York, NY

• Broad experience with .NET Framework 4.0+ • Experience with… Slalom LLC.

30+ days ago

Business Consulting Practice Area Lead

Slalom LLC. Portland, OR

• Leads sales and business development activities with Portland Clients • Leverages professional contacts for the benefit of the market… Slalom LLC.

30+ days ago

Client Service Partner Financial Services

Slalom LLC. London, England

, recruiting, account management, consulting, and all operational aspects… Slalom LLC.

30+ days ago

Practice Area Director Financial Services

Slalom LLC. London, England

management, consulting, and all operational aspects: • Practice Building… Slalom LLC.

24 days ago

Business Planning Consultant

Slalom LLC. Seattle, WA

Slalom is looking for a Business Planning Consultant with both Project Management and Finance/Accounting experience. This consultant needs experience… Slalom LLC.

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    Good company for consultants that don't want to travel

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    Former Employee - Anonymous
    Former Employee - Anonymous

    I worked at Slalom Consulting full-time


    Senior (Seattle/National) leadership cares about creating a great company. As a billable consultant, you will most likely be assigned a local client. Salaries are competitive+. Smart people who focus on delighting the client will thrive. You will be allowed work-life balance provided you don't want to grow into leadership. There is currently a big emphasis on empowering and promoting women in a male-dominated industry. The senior leadership is approachable and inclusive. There are a lot of really great, caring people at Slalom, and some very smart ones too. Financially, the company is stable and is big enough to weather ups and downs - if you are competent, you will have job security. The company spends a lot of money promoting culture and their brand as a good place to work.


    Slalom prioritizes hiring from big consultancies, in particular Accenture and Deloitte. Two effects of this are that they frequently hire for that culture fit vs. competence; and there are a lot of fair-to-middling Big-X consultants that get managed out of those firms that land at Slalom. A lot of the work is staff augmentation, non-strategic. Getting people billable takes precedent over meaningful work. Senior leadership is overwhelmingly from Accenture/Deloitte/EY etc., so if you are not from one of those firms you will most likely cap out if you want a career vs. a job. Slalom preaches diversity and inclusion from a background perspective, but currently their diversity initiatives are "for Women." Most Slalom leaders expect you to buy into the Slalom Kool-Aid, so if you are looking for cool work but not a religious experience, your career path will be hindered. Over the last 24 months, it felt like priority had shifted away from being the best consulting firm in the world to a quest to expand internationally and hit $1B in revenue, and if things have to be sacrificed to get there, so be it.

    Oh - and benefits are far below industry average. 7 holidays, and 2 weeks leave which is inclusive of sick, vacation, whatever you need it for. Recruiting will dazzle you with alternative models and funny math. It often feels like you are working for a cheap accountant (for example, new consultants often get recycled laptops that are years into their depreciation cycle).

    In summary - if you are an ex-Big X consultant that doesn't want to travel, it's a great place. If you are from a niche tech firm, industry, etc., you will most likely find it very hard to advance beyond jr. leadership.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Re-commit to the values that made Slalom a great company in the beginning, and balance the quest for $1B in revenue with staying true to your values - that veil is translucent and the consulting staff sees through it. If a Big-X background is critical to obtaining senior leadership positions, develop a learning program to teach those skills. Diversity shouldn't be "for women only."

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