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Monitor Group President Bansi Nagji
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    Extremely talented people in fast-paced environment

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    I worked at Monitor Group full-time


    An extreme learning environment. Every day requires you to be on your "A" Game. Tremendous exposure to all types of challenging business problems. Cannot think of a better place to start a career in terms of gaining a business foundation and learning.


    Management Consulting is not for everyone - long and unpredictable hours, not-so-glamorous travel, occasionally a partner who somehow expects the team to deliver an impossible amount of work, occasionally a manager who is a perfectionist to the degree that it destroys team morale, etc. For most employees, it wears you out, which is one reason new hires typically stay just 2-3 years or so.

    Also, relative to peers, lower compensation (though I'd trade that in the early part of my career for the more interesting projects we had)

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    Too bad for Monitor that it was acquired by Deloitte. I view Monitor as a fine-restaurant that simply didn't have enough customers. Monitor was stuck in the middle as neither a boutique nor a super-large firm and was squeezed on both sides. Also, the demand for consulting services a this price point shifted away from pure strategy / marketing strategy (Monitor's strongest areas), and more towards operations and implementation (relatively weaker areas compared to peers). Monitor was not able to adjust quickly enough.

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Monitor Group Interviews

Updated Jun 1, 2014
Updated Jun 1, 2014

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Cambridge, MA
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Cambridge, MA
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Monitor Group in May 2010.

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    Every employee (both HR recruiters and supervisors) I interviewed with did a great job of explaining the what is expected in the role and the company dynamic to make sure it was a fit from both ends, looking out for the interest of the applicant as well as their own

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Monitor Group Awards & Accolades

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Top Places to Work Globe 100, Boston Globe, 2008
Best Consulting Firms to Work For (Large), Consulting Magazine, 2008

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Headquarters Cambridge, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1982
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Consulting firm Monitor Group aims to do its work, then keep watch as its clients' businesses grow. Through its operating units, Monitor provides a variety of management consulting and advisory services related to issues such as strategy, marketing and pricing, innovation, and organization and leadership. In addition, the firm offers financial advisory services and software and services designed to help clients develop their capabilities. Monitor operates from about 30 offices in almost 20 countries worldwide. Chairman Mark Fuller helped found Monitor, which began... More

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