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Management consulting salaries revealed: How much top firms like McKinsey and PwC pay everyone from interns to C-suite execs

Boston Consulting Group office in Hudson Yards, New York. Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider Management consulting is a highly competitive industry — with highly competitive pay. The consulting industry has taken a hit since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last several months, firms had to halt business travel, adopt remote work tools, and adjust to the new normal while simultaneously serving corporate clients. But many are still hiring for 6-figure jobs. Nearly all of the consul...
Tags: Finance, Careers, Trends, Pwc, Consulting, Deloitte, Kpmg, Ey, Teaser, Bain, Mckinsey & Company, Mckinsey, Boston Consulting Group, Bain BCG, US Office of Foreign Labor Certification, Subscriber Collection


Timing Of Suffering

When will my suffering stop? When will theirs begin? Astrology has it’s limits. But there are some things that are highly predicable, a lot of the time. Timing of suffering is one of them! You may want to know when your … Read More...
Tags: Consulting, Astrology, Real Life, Suffering


On Demand, No Waiting, Astrology Consultations

It’s 5 AM and I’ve already had my first (impromptu) phone consultation.  I have always offered no-wait consultations but they are becoming more and more common. I enjoy working like this. It’s got to be my Mars Mercury conjunction. You’re … Read More...
Tags: Consulting, Astrology, Real Life


The Ethics Of Consulting

Sometimes the world of consulting is seen like the world of insurance salespeople, and that’s not meant to denigrate them. When someone asks you what you do for a living and you say “consultant”, they look at you like they believe your job is to go into businesses and tell them everything they already know. […]
Tags: Leadership, Ethics, Consulting, General Business




Are Your Snap Judgments Of Others Reliable?

Snap Judgment – a judgment formed on the instant without deliberation. (free dictionary) I try get a hack on people right away and hope they do the same when they’re dealing with me. This is necessary when working as an … Read More...
Tags: Consulting, Astrology, Discuss, Relating


Adobe’s Service Partners Are What Will Make It A Proper Enterprise Software Company

Adobe strives to be an enterprise software company with the same reach and influence as Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, and SAP. It successfully pivoted its creative tools business into a proper software-as-a-service offering. It built on that creative marketing and agency customer connection by acquiring Day Software, Neolane, Omniture, and more software vendors to enter the […]
Tags: Adobe, Microsoft, Marketing, B2b Marketing, Ibm, Consulting, Deloitte, Accenture, Sap, Age Of The Customer, Digital Business, B2C Marketing, Proper Enterprise Software Company


Private Astrology Lesson – Learn To Read Your Natal Chart!

Learning astrology is not easy.  You can get stuck on some point of confusion and become overwhelmed in some way, lost in a sea of confusion.  People constantly ask questions on this blog, that would be easy to explain if … Read More...
Tags: Consulting, Astrology


Surviving 2020, Jupiter, Saturn & Pluto in Capricorn

I send a newsletter out about three times a week. It’s independent from this blog.  A few times a year, I publish the letter on this blog. This is today’s dispatch. I want this known as broadly as possible. “…I’ve … Read More...
Tags: Consulting, Pluto, Capricorn, Astrology, Real Life


Think About Being A Consultant

There are a lot of jobs that have been eliminated that just aren’t coming back. Manufacturing in America is dwindling, and there’s not going to be a renaissance for that either. We can’t compete with the pay rates that countries such as India and China are willing to accept. That, and not having to deal […]
Tags: Leadership, China, India, America, Consulting, Self Employment, General Business


5 Reasons To Hire An Independent Consultant

I’m an independent consultant in my real life. I consult in many different areas; health care finance, leadership/diversity, social media… sometimes independent consultants are jacks of all trades. If you’d like to learn more about me and some of my consulting prowess, you can go to the bio page on my business site to check […]
Tags: Business, Leadership, Consulting, General Business, Independent Consultants


Does Your 30-Second Speech Need An Hour?

I don’t think anyone who’s a consultant thinks of themselves as dumb. As a matter of fact, though one doesn’t have to be Mensa genius to be a consultant, it takes a certain amount of skill, chutzpah and nerve to be one, especially an independent consultant. by Irina L from Pixabay With that said, I […]
Tags: Leadership, Consulting, Self Employment, Self Promotion, General Business, Irina L


Consulting, Pricing And Negotiating

One of the questions new consultants always have concerns how to price their services. If you can imagine how hard that is to do for consultants, then you can imagine how hard it is for someone to hire us when they don’t have a clue what services we can provide might cost. rawpixel by Pixabay […]
Tags: Leadership, Negotiating, Consulting, Pricing, General Business


Veteran GOP communicator Heye Joins CRAFT at SVP

CRAFT | Media / Digital has named media veteran and CNN contributor Doug Heye as Senior Vice President of Media. Heye will advise clients on crisis communications, media relations, and executive positioning, adding to CRAFT’s strategic capabilities. Heye will also lead client communications efforts specific to economic recovery for business and industry sectors. Heye has led political and public affairs strategies since 1990, served on Capitol Hill for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, was Comm...
Tags: Pr, Cnn, People, Consulting, Republican National Committee, SVP, Eric Cantor, PR Firms, Media Digital, Doug Heye, Heye, Harvard Kennedy School 's Institute of Politics, Capitol Hill for House


Veteran GOP communicator Heye Joins CRAFT as SVP

CRAFT | Media / Digital has named media veteran and CNN contributor Doug Heye as Senior Vice President of Media. Heye will advise clients on crisis communications, media relations, and executive positioning, adding to CRAFT’s strategic capabilities. Heye will also lead client communications efforts specific to economic recovery for business and industry sectors. Heye has led political and public affairs strategies since 1990, served on Capitol Hill for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, was Comm...
Tags: Pr, Cnn, People, Consulting, Republican National Committee, Eric Cantor, PR Firms, Media Digital, Doug Heye, Heye, Harvard Kennedy School 's Institute of Politics, Capitol Hill for House


You’re Worth What You Get Paid

If you’re self employed or looking to work for yourself, I’m about to drop some serious knowledge on you that you might not like. You know how much you get paid? Sorry to tell most of you but that’s exactly what you’re worth. MTSOfan via Compfight If you’re making $8 an hour working at a […]
Tags: Leadership, Consulting, Self Employment, General Business, Earning Money


The Consultant’s Paradox

Sick of trading time for dollars? If you’re tired of scrambling to find yet another client after a contract ends, it’s time for you to take your consulting, coaching, or facilitating business to the next level and gain some serious traction. It’s time to get crystal clear on where your business is headed, and how you’re going to get there. Chris Taylor, founder of Actionable Books, spends his daylight hours helping consultants and employees alike find meaning in their work and discover rich team...
Tags: Video, Leadership, Goals, Consulting, Webinar, Webinars, Chris Taylor, Becky Robinson, Rich Brandt


Reframing consulting for the next decade

Consulting's core activities are being outmoded by the rise of digital and the demand for digital transformation.An hypothesis: Clients need consulting to be reconfigured to prioritise and master:Handling ambiguityEnabling sustainability To illustrate why I believe these are the fundamentals of successful consulting in the next 20 years, I am going to (first) reference Dave Snowden's Cynefin framework - a conceptual framework to support decision making. The following illustration is from Dave's ...
Tags: Publishing, Digital Transformation, Dave, Complexity, Consulting, Ambiguity, David Cushman, PX, Cynefin, Dave Snowden, Complex Adaptive Systems, Wardley Maps, Planet Experience, Customer As Partner


Pros and Cons of Becoming an Innovation Consultant

One question many innovators face at some point in their careers is whether to work in a large, corporate organization, or in a small start up or consultancy. Today I want to revisit and update a blog I wrote a few years ago for LinkedIn that discussed some pros and cons of consultancy versus corporate ...
Tags: Career, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Linkedin, Creativity, Culture, Innovation, Consultancy, Consulting, Business Models, Innovation Consultant


Infosys is acquiring Simplus for $250M to grow its Salesforce consulting arm

Infosys is a huge consulting organization based in India, which works with clients as they implement complex software integrations. Today, the company announced it was buying Simplus, a Salesforce integration consultant, for $250 million. The company, which is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, launched in 2014 and has raised almost $50 million, according to Crunchbase data. It brings a wide range of Salesforce consulting, training and integration services along with general Salesforce experti...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Cloud, Enterprise, India, Tech, M&a, Consulting, Salesforce, Infosys, Leary, Salt Lake City Utah, Ravi Kumar, Kumar, Brent Leary, CRM Essentials, Simplus


How to Start a Successful Consulting Business in 2020: The Complete 10 Step Guide

You’ve put in the hours. You’ve paid your dues. And now all that effort has paid off – you’re the expert. So, what’s your prize at the end of the day? For some, it’s enough to know that you’re great at your job. But others, like you, yearn for something more. Admit it – you’ve thought about starting your own consulting business. Flexible hours,…
Tags: Startups, Small Business, Entrepreneurship, Sales, Consulting, Marketing and branding, Brand Identity, Consultant Business, Investors And Partnerships


Veteran Dem Communicator Brennan Joins Firehouse Strategies

Whitney Mitchell Brennan has joined Firehouse Strategies as senior vice president. She is a veteran Democratic communicator with experience on campaigns and on Capitol Hill. She most recently served as communications director and senior advisor for U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.). Whitney is a graduate of Indiana University.
Tags: Pr, People, Consulting, Brennan, PR Firms, Corporate PR, Whitney Mitchell Brennan, Firehouse Strategies, U S Sen Kirsten Gillibrand D N Y Whitney


Top Senate Flack Joins Rokk Solutions as SVP

Senate Republican Conference deputy staff director Jeff Grappone is joining bipartisan public affairs Rokk Solutions as senior vice president. Grappone has nearly 20 years of experience, including serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor for Public Affairs, as a senior communicator for Siemens, and for U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and former Sen. John E. Sununu (R-N.H.). Grappone is a graduate of Georgetown University. (PF tipster)
Tags: Pr, People, Consulting, Siemens, PR Firms, Corporate PR, Senate Republican Conference, U S Sen Kelly Ayotte R N H, Senate Flack Joins Rokk Solutions, Jeff Grappone, Rokk Solutions, Grappone, Labor for Public Affairs, John E Sununu R N H Grappone, Georgetown University PF


P3 group AG becomes umlaut

AACHEN; October 25, 2019 — P3 group AG, the global consulting and engineering organisation will change its brand to umlaut, effective today. The P3 group AG initially emerged from the P3 group, which over two decades grew from a small Read more… The post P3 group AG becomes umlaut appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media, Tech, Guest Blogging, SEO Tips.
Tags: Seo, Consulting, Aachen, AG, News Trends, Umlaut, Guest Post Telecom Media Tech


Cutting Paint Color Formulas – People Decide it Works Before it’s Done

Cutting Paint Color Formulas – People Decide it Works Before it’s Done Hey Lori, I am trying to understand cutting paint color formulas. If you cut a formula by 50% does the color just lighten? Can I just add white paint to lighten a paint color? Short answer, no. Here’s what you need to know: Whenever you cut an existing formula, you’re essentially creating a new color because all 3 dimensions of color, hue, value and chroma will be affected. Many don’t think the logic of cutting or doub...
Tags: Design, Color, Paint, Consulting, Color Systems, Ben Moore, Lori


Microservices in Healthcare – Global Forecast

According to the new market research report “Microservices in Healthcare Market by Component (Platform, Services (Consulting, Integration, Training, Support, Maintenance)), Delivery (Cloud, Hybrid, Private, On-premise), End User (Health care Provider, Payer, Life Science) – Global Forecast to 2023”, published by MarketsandMarkets™, Read more… The post Microservices in Healthcare – Global Forecast appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, PR | TechRecur.com.
Tags: Cloud, Support, Marketing, Training, Seo, Research, Healthcare, Services, Consulting, Delivery, Private, Intégration, Hybrid, Market Research, Microservices, Market Intelligence


Interview With Midara, Writer & Consulting Astrologer

Midara has been around the site for about a decade. She’s now writing for the blog and consulting. She’s also writing the Monthly ‘Scopes. You can find her in the forum as well. I thought I’d ask her some questions … Read More... Continue reading Interview With Midara, Writer & Consulting Astrologer at ElsaElsa .
Tags: Consulting, Astrology, Midara


If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Buy ‘Em

The lines between agencies, consultancies, and tech services firms are continuing to blur. This convergence is driven in part by an acquisition-heavy strategy.  Like in 2017, the last year of acquisitions saw cloud and agency capabilities as most in-demand. But what does this mean for buyers? Your go-to boutique agency may (soon) be part of a […]
Tags: Marketing, Consulting, Age Of The Customer, Acquisitions, Tech Acquisitions, Tech Services, Aqui-hire


Getting on the S/4 Bandwagon (or not)

Historically SAP has not been as renowned for innovation as some of their pure-SaaS competitors like Salesforce. But between a steady stream of SaaS (and now data) acquisitions, a notable and ongoing effort to simplify the product portfolio, and clear messaging around marrying the X (experience) and O (operations)–SAP’s own digital revolution is well underway. […]
Tags: Marketing, Consulting, Sap, Age Of The Customer, Sis, S/4HANA, Tech Services


The AI Talent Gap: Locating Global Data Science Centers

Good AI talent is hard to find. The talent pool for anyone with deep expertise in modern artificial intelligence techniques is terribly thin. More and more companies are committing to data and artificial intelligence as their differentiator. The early adopters will quickly find difficulties in determining which data science expertise meets their needs. And the AI talent? If you are not Google, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, or Apple, good luck. With the popularity of AI, pockets of expertise are eme...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Germany, Singapore, India, Toronto, Blog, Seo, Artificial Intelligence, Austin, Canada, Data Science, Machine Learning, Consulting, Ai, Montreal