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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...
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Meet the former social media manager for luxury fashion brands like Prada and Barney's who's launching a new virtual mentorship program for Black professionals

Candace Marie Stewart is a social media strategist in the luxury fashion space, an adjunct professor at the Parsons School Of Design, and the founder of Black in Corporate. Hunter Abrams Candace Marie Stewart spent some 10 years in the corporate world before starting her own social media consultancy for luxury fashion brands.  Over the course of her career, she encountered systemic racism. Specifically, she recalled having to work harder than her white colleagues for the same recognition a...
Tags: Careers, America, Trends, Prada, Black, Barney, Parsons School Of Design, Stewart, McKinsey Company, Diversity and Inclusion, Career Advancement, Dei, Marguerite Ward, Voices of Color, Candace Marie Stewart


‘Openbay Otis Creates an Ongoing Conversation that Starts Online’: Why NAPA AutoCare Center Community Auto Uses Advanced Online Chat to Build a Website Experience that Transforms Digital-First Consumers into Long-Term Customers

Community Auto founder and President Eric Warrington understands that for most consumers the auto repair experience is stressful. That’s why he made it his company’s mission to focus on customer care, not just repair.  Community Auto is a family-owned and operated automotive service business that has served the Fort Collins, CO community since 1995. They are a proud NAPA AutoCare Center and AAA Approved Auto Repair facility. Their well-trained team offers the most technically advanced auto ...
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Yes, women's equality will come at the expense of some men — that's the point

Demonstrators take part in the Women's March in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., January 20, 2018. Caitlin Ochs/Reuters A new report by the Pew Research Center shows 25% of men believe increased equality for women will come at their expense. They're exactly right, and that's the point. In order to equalize centuries of oppression of women, men will have to stop benefiting in life just for being men. Ashley Jordan is a feminist writer, speaker, activist, and organizer. This i...
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3 ways working moms can capitalize on the pandemic and use it to surge higher in their careers

There are still some upsides. Getty Images Erin Hatzikostas is a former corporate CEO turned career coach, speaker and podcast host. She is the founder and CEO of b Authentic inc. The pandemic has put innumerable challenges on the shoulders of working mothers. But as work norms have had to adapt, there may also be some opportunities for working mothers to get ahead. Being able to network virtually, and incorporate your authentic self and life into work, can be new advantages from this time...
Tags: Google, Parenting, Trends, Strategy, Work Life Balance, Vermont, Working Moms, McKinsey Company, Harvard Business School, Ooo, Contributor 2019, Original Contributor, Parenting Advice Pandemic, Erin Hatzikostas, Erin Nicole


The Rebound of Business Travel Post COVID-19 | By Korosh Farazad

Since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak at the start of this year, the world experienced national lockdown where business travel has ground to a halt. Business travellers are forced to moved rapidly from face to face meetings and events to virtual platforms such as zoom and Microsoft Team and other apps that keep popping up. Entering Q4 2020, the pandemic remains, Mckinsey & Company research shows that the post COVID 19 recovery will be a long road ahead which will take at least years and th...
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The 50 most attractive employers for business students around the world

Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks during a developers conference. REUTERS/Stephen Lam Employer branding company Universum just released this year's World's Most Attractive Employers. For the 12th annual ranking, Universum surveyed students from the 12 biggest economies to find out what kind of employers they would like to work for upon graduation. Find out which employers business students across the globe aspire to work for.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Business stud...
Tags: Google, Business, New York, London, Education, Samsung, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Nike, Bank Of America, Canary Wharf, Features, Frankfurt, Barclays, Hsbc


Return customers are often the most profitable. Here's how to foster loyalty in your brand, no matter the size of your business.

Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Saladworks' No Kid Hungry campaign. Saladworks If you're at risk of closing during the pandemic, fostering brand loyalty and retaining existing customers are critical strategies for survival. Business owners and marketing experts offered tips on cultivating emotional, lasting relationships with customers. When it comes to meeting customers' evolving needs, trust needs to be the foundation of any relationship in any industry. Aim to delight rather...
Tags: Small Business, California, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Strategy, Customers, Edelman, West Coast, Black Lives Matter, Coca Cola, Mintel, Srinivasan, Customer Loyalty, Nordic, Kent State University, Groening


Diversity initiatives are still failing Black women

.larger {font-size:20px} You can publicly commit yourself to diversity in the workplace, put it in writing on social media, hire diversity officers, and shuttle tens of thousands of dollars into “diversity initiatives,” but if you don’t understand the complexities of creating an inclusive workplace, you’re not going to get any return on your investment. That’s probably not a surprise to anyone looking around at C-suites, tech companies, academia, politics, and other leadership positions right...
Tags: America, Workplace Diversity, Catalyst, Cnbc, Black, Thomas, World Economic Forum, Diane, McKinsey Company, Boston Consulting Group BCG, America Black, Rachel Thomas, Executive Leadership Council, Diversity Statistics, Coqual, Skip Spriggs


Diversity initiatives are leaving Black women behind

.larger {font-size:20px} You can publicly commit yourself to diversity in the workplace, put it in writing on social media, hire diversity officers, and shuttle tens of thousands of dollars into “diversity initiatives,” but if you don’t understand the complexities of creating an inclusive workplace, you’re not going to get any return on your investment. That’s probably not a surprise to anyone looking around at C-suites, tech companies, academia, politics, and other leadership positions right...
Tags: America, Workplace Diversity, Catalyst, Cnbc, Black, Thomas, World Economic Forum, Diane, McKinsey Company, Boston Consulting Group BCG, America Black, Rachel Thomas, Executive Leadership Council, Diversity Statistics, Coqual, Skip Spriggs


Meet Jane Fraser, the first woman set to helm a major US bank

Jane Fraser addresses Brazil-US Business Council forum in Washington, DC in March 2019. Erin Scott/Reuters Citigroup announced on Thursday that its CEO Michael Corbat will be retiring come February 2021 — and his successor will be Jane Fraser. She has been elected to Citi's board, effective immediately. The move makes Fraser the first woman to helm a major US bank ever, shattering a glass ceiling on Wall Street. Fraser, who is Scottish-American, has held various leadership positions at Cit...
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Blood and Oil: Mohammed bin Salman’s Ruthless Quest for Global Power by Bradley Hope, Justin Scheck

Blood and Oil: Mohammed bin Salman’s Ruthless Quest for Global Power by Bradley Hope, Justin Scheck **Longlisted for the Financial Times & McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award** From award-winning Wall Street Journal reporters Justin Scheck and Bradley Hope (coauthor of Billion Dollar Whale), this revelatory look at the world’s most powerful ruling family reveals how a rift within Saudi Arabian royalty produced Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a charismatic leader with a ruthless ...
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MAKING BIG MONEY: The ultimate guides to breaking into careers with 6-figure salaries

Caroline Stokes is the CEO of talent agency and executive search firm FORWARD, and an expert on growing your career in management consulting. Rachel Nixon You want to increase your salary in your current position but you don't know how to get that promotion, or you're thinking about a career change and hoping to bolster your earnings. These guides will point you in the right direction to start making more dollar signs by shifting toward freelancing or learning new skills. Business Insider ...
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The private jet industry is bracing for fall without its biggest money maker: business travelers. Execs are hoping wealthy vacationers can make up the difference.

Private aviation is at a crossroads following a busy summer for leisure travel and executives are waiting to see if business travel rebounds in the fall. XOJET; FXAIR; Silver Air; Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images; Flexjet; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Private aviation executives say the industry has succeeded in gaining back most of the business lost to the pandemic but the recovery isn't yet complete. The summer saw a 20% reduction in traffic compared to 2019 with the fa...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Air Travel, Planes, Trends, Getty Images, Flying, Aviation, Airlines, Middleton, Private Jets, Business Insider, Thomas, Travelers, Walker, Andrew Collins


Women are more likely than men to say their lives have changed because of the pandemic

Joe Raedle/Getty Images Pew Research Center surveyed over 14,000 adults in 14 countries about the coronavirus, including questions about how well their nation has managed the pandemic and the pandemic's effects on their own lives. The results show women were more likely than men to say their lives have changed by at least a fair amount as a result of coronavirus. This could be because women are taking on more unpaid work and because a larger share of women work in part-time jobs that are ...
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Private jet firms are buying dozens of new planes and hiring furloughed airline pilots as demand in the industry skyrockets back to normal

Private aviation firms are expanding as executives believe they're approaching the end of a V-shaped recovery. XOJET Aviation Private aviation is expanding with firms buying new aircraft and hiring more pilots during one of the worst downturns for aviation since the 2008 economic crisis.Wealthy new flyers have kept the industry afloat with traffic levels for this summer only around 20% less than last year's summer.A full recovery timeline is still uncertain but industry executives are c...
Tags: US, Trends, Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Thomas, Omaha Nebraska, Walker, Gulfstream, McKinsey Company, Kevin Thomas, Jamie Walker, West Coast California, XOJET, Thomas Pallini, XOJET Aviation


How to Master the Art of Cold Outreaching on LinkedIn

LinkedIn: Transition from traditional to modern selling. The COVID-19 pandemic has expedited the inevitable shift from traditional sales to Digital. And this shift has revamped the selling techniques of various businesses. In the traditional brick-and-mortar set-up, you had to go over from one place to another to sell your products. In the digital set-up, which is a much dynamic version, salespeople have the liberty to expand their reach while curating a customized pitch message. We are not writ...
Tags: Google, Business, Digital, Linkedin, Sales & Marketing, Barry, Hootsuite, Digital Marketing, Right Now, Don, McKinsey Company, LinkedIn LinkedIn, RustyBrick Inc, Chaitanya Patel, ZealousWeb


UK retail jobs have nearly halved over the past year, as job cuts reach their fastest rate since 2009

John Sibley/Reuters UK employment in the retail sector is at just 55% of its August 2019 levels, according to the CBI. Jobs are being cut at their fastest rate since 2009 — and more pain is to come.Further job cuts are also expected across Europe, according to a study by McKinsey & Company. But visitors are gradually returning to UK high streets and shopping centres, and retail sales are starting to rebound.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.UK retail jobs have been cut at ...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, Trends, Cbi, Tesco, Springboard, McKinsey Company, Confederation of British Industry CBI, John Sibley Reuters, CBI Jobs, Grace Dean


Do These 8 Things To Build A Successful Diverse Team

by Hank Frecon, the chief executive officer of Source Digital According to a report by McKinsey & Company, companies that commit themselves to diverse leadership are more successful. When you have a team made up of people from various backgrounds and experiences, you will get a mix of results that can benefit your company. There are numerous benefits of having a diverse team, but not everyone knows how to build a team of experts. The company has created a platform which takes video advertising ...
Tags: Startups, Leadership, Management, Diversity, Pennsylvania, Workplace Diversity, Justin Williams, McKinsey Company, Michael Phillips, Thinking Aloud, Glorioso, Building A Team, Hank Frecon, Source Digital According, Laura Frecon Laura, Frecon


Mandate diversity? California bill would ban all-white corporate boards

By Elizabeth Castillo | CALMatters All-white corporate boards would be prohibited in California under a bill in the Legislature that follows in the footsteps of a controversial law that mandated women in corporate boardrooms. More than 600 publicly held companies with California headquarters would be required to have at least one person of color serving on their corporate boards by the end of 2021 under the legislation introduced by Assemblymembers Chris Holden, a Pasadena Democrat, and Cris...
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POWER PLAYERS: Meet the 8 PayPal execs shaping the payment giant's future as its stock skyrockets and e-commerce surges

Digital payments have taken off amid the coronavirus pandemic, with consumers and merchants alike looking for more ways to digitize the way they pay, both online and in-person. PayPal has seen record transaction volumes and sign-ups this year. PayPal is set to report second-quarter earnings on Wednesday, July 29th. "The steps we've taken over the last several years have positioned us to extend our market leadership in the digital payments industry," PayPal's president and CEO Dan Schulman said...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Asia, Ebay, China, Singapore, Digital, US, Trends, Walmart, Paypal, American Express, North America, Amex, North Carolina


The AKC is Ready to Ruin the Laekenois

The AKC has pulled another breed on to its roles: the Belgian Laekenois. The AKC reports: Since December 2019, the countdown clock has been ticking on the American Belgian Laekenois Association website for the coming-out party of what its members believe to be America’s best-kept purebred dog secret. Well, the secret’s out of the bag as of July 1, 2020 when the tousled wire-coated newcomer with shade variations fro...
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How the pandemic accelerated energy giant Phillips 66's push to modernize its IT and revamp the $114 billion business — with some help from SAP

Phillips 66 – an energy giant with over $100 billion in annual revenue — began its digital transformation in 2017, just as the oil and gas industry was on the upswing from a rocky few years.  Now, the sector is once again in turmoil as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. But the uncertainty is actually helping to push the company's digital overhaul along, according to Chief Digital Officer Zhanna Golodryga.   "It's very hard to transform where the company is doing extremely well," she told B...
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How the pandemic accelerated energy giant Phillips 66's push to modernize its IT and revamp the $109 billion business — with some help from SAP

Phillips 66 – an energy giant with over $100 billion in annual revenue — began its digital transformation in 2017, just as the oil and gas industry was on the upswing from a rocky few years.  Now, the sector is once again in turmoil as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. But the uncertainty is actually helping to push the company's digital overhaul along, according to Chief Digital Officer Zhanna Golodryga.   "It's very hard to transform where the company is doing extremely well," she told B...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, US, Trends, ERP, West Coast, Sap, Phillips, Fox Sports, McKinsey Company, Google Amazon Web Services, Zhanna Golodryga, Golodryga, Innovation Inc When Phillips


Brand Moves for Tuesday July 7

Nineteen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand move...
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Former Gartner Executive Named CEO of ALSP Axiom

David McVeigh, the former executive vice president for global business sales at industry reseearch and advisory firm Gartner, has been named chief executive officer of Axiom, an alternative legal services provider that specializes in high-caliber, on-demand legal talent. McVeigh succeeds Elena Donio, who had been CEO since 2016, taking over in that job from Mark Harris, who cofounded the company in 2000 and recruited Donio to succeed him. Donio will remain with the company as a member of its boa...
Tags: Law, Ipo, Uncategorized, Gartner, Permira, Axiom, Blackstone Group, McKinsey Company, McVeigh, Mark Harris, Hellman Friedman, Elena Donio, Alec Guettel, Axiom Managed Services, Varun Mehta, David McVeigh


What Is Your Company's Core Reason for Being?

What is your company's core reason for being, and where can you have a unique, positive impact on society?  Now more than ever, you need good answers to these questions.  You need to shift from why to how.Find out what McKinsey & Company has to offer in terms of determining where do we go from here? [Author: Laurel Delaney]
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POWER PLAYERS: Meet the 8 PayPal execs shaping the payment giant's future as its stock rockets to record highs and e-commerce surges

Digital payments have taken off amid the coronavirus pandemic, with consumers and merchants alike looking for more ways to digitize the way they pay, both online and in-person. PayPal has seen record transaction volumes and sign-ups this year. "The steps we've taken over the last several years have positioned us to extend our market leadership in the digital payments industry," PayPal's president and CEO Dan Schulman said during its first-quarter earnings call. Here are the 8 execs driving Pay...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Asia, Ebay, China, Singapore, Digital, US, Trends, Paypal, American Express, North America, Amex, North Carolina, ESG


Gov. Cuomo Hires McKinsey & Company to Create “Trump-Proof” Plan For New York

Gov. Cuomo's hypocracy is on full display with comments condemning alleged Trump tyranny. U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- When one makes a pact with the Devil, one shouldn’t expect to receive anything approaching a fair deal. It doesn’t happen. Never would. It is always a deal from the bottom. Yet, Andrew Cuomo has decided to make just such a pact with the Devil. He did so just recently. It has come to light in the last few days. Who is this Devil? Well, the Devil goes by many names. One of the Devi...
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Peter Walker, Ex-Mckinsey Exec, Defends China In Face-To-Face With Tucker Carlson

U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- There are two salient political and social philosophies, upon which a nation-state or other political, social, economic and cultural organization can be constructed: Collectivism and Individualism. One or the other philosophy may be the blueprint for a state or other political, social, economic and cultural entity; one or the other, but not both; and not an amalgam of the two, for the two are wholly incompatible. A brief description of the two philosophies may be foun...
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