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Old 16-07-2022, 12:47 AM
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Change mgmt sucks - just creating slides to teach users how to use system only
Aiya all started because of this dumbass, what ďchange mgmt sucks-just teach users how to use systemĒ. Already shows your character and which project youíre on lol. No one attack tech people, just in fact saying which stream/line is harder or more competitive to get into and itís a fact what lol. Canít take it then go on attacking others, such a low move. Worked with many lovely technology and software people, so glad never met you before. Hahah good luck with your attitude and guess you wonít survive long. Properly understand what consulting does before stating untrue assumptions.

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Old 16-07-2022, 12:53 AM
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Guys how to transfer from tech to consulting? Sick of doing implementation already
See not easy.

Btw op how are you coping. Manage to transfer? What project you doing sia?

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Old 16-07-2022, 01:05 AM
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Actually do you actually like doing change management or because you think it's 'consulting'. Honestly I would not worry so much about the pods or titles but focus on progressing up the levels
Those holding the consulting titles are indeed consulting not thinking itís consulting, whereas those holding tech and software in change management pod not to sure what they prefer, like if theyíre just trying out the roles which is totally alright and in fact I think itís good to try out different roles in projects.

Do note, being in change management pod does not mean youíre doing consulting lmao, only those who are holding consulting titles in their acn job role are doing consulting and part of strategy and consulting dte (consulting development analyst, consulting development snr analyst, management consultant, management consulting manager, mgmt consulting snr manager and so on). Agree with you too that progressing up the level is important.

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Old 16-07-2022, 01:20 AM
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actually what does consulting do?

I understand what does tech do, but I dun have much idea abt consulting

is it only do some PPT to showcase client?
Lol common sense also can tell why would a company pay ideally well for consulting people to just do ppt. You think someone who only do ppt can go to MBB or other tier 2 strategy consulting firms? Use your brain to think first before asking.

Dk why all the tech people in Accenture like to call themselves technology analyst when all you do is integration and implementation. Not even anywhere close to real tech work. Donít downgrade tech this way eh, give others false impression like youíre similar standard to those in FAANG or pure tech companies.
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Old 16-07-2022, 01:49 AM
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Errr seriously wtf LOL which dumb ass wrote this LMAO. Just to educate you since you seem to not have brains. Thereís no such role in Accenture thatís called change management analyst LOL. In S&C, consulting people are known as Consulting Development Analyst, or Management Consultant. In your project you may see them having the project role called Change Management, well thatís cos your project have this part that requires someone with the closest skill and knowledge to do it which well closest is S&C T&O. Mind you, consulting peeps donít just do change management lol, thereís more to consulting, change management is just one tiny part of it.
To all who thinks change mgmt is consulting. Consulting is for those holding consulting development analyst to management consulting manager and above people. Basically their Accenture job title have the word consulting or their job family in workday is consulting. You yourself will know from your contract, it will state your talent segment as consulting. Then youíre indeed going to work on consulting projects, change management is just a really small part of S&C. For projects that requires change management portion, anyone can do it even tech analyst, but usually you see more newbies like consulting development analyst trying them out as they have the closest skill sets and also serve as a training for them, I have been in a project before where the change management team consists of also business and integration arch senior analysts as well as technology specialist. So instead of what role you hold in various projects, itís your Accenture offered role thatís the one showing where you belong and what kind of stream are you aligned to.
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Old 16-07-2022, 01:55 AM
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Could someone enlighten me on the difference between the job scopes of business analysis and change management pod under the TAP? If I'm looking towards strategy consulting, should I be aiming to get into change management? Thank you.
Errr if you want to do consulting, itís not the pod you should be aiming for. You should be aiming to be recruited in and offered a consulting analyst position in Accenture instead of tech roles. The pods are just trying their best to align you to your role but even in the consulting pods thereís also business and integration arch or delivery analyst and even security analyst. Ultimately what determines if youíre in consulting or not is your exact offer title which also relates to your talent segment in your contract.
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Old 16-07-2022, 02:11 AM
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Hi, whatís the difference between a consulting person in the Industry Consulting > Capital Markets versus a consulting person in Functional Consulting > T&O? Both are also under Strategy & Consulting stream and the latter seem to be more popular. notice from people profile and workday profiles that those specialising in industry consulting are typically holding Business Analysts and tech roles in project experiences, whereas those in T&O holds change lead, assurance or consulting, business strategy analyst, business analyst also have
No one is better than the other, both are consulting and under strategy and consulting. Depends on what you like and prefer. But I would say, if youíre aiming for wider knowledge or aiming for MBB or strategy consulting in long term, probably functional consulting aspect specialisation may benefit you more as you have a broader experience and skill sets across various industries and clients. You can even explore other opportunities. As for industry consulting aspect specialisation, the consultants tend to specialised in a specific industry for example capital markets, then their clients would only be from this group such as banks. If you think about it, MBB donít just focus one one client base, so itís always good to have broader client experience. But end of the day depends on what you like lah and what your goal is, some people somehow prefer to work with clients from specified field.
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Old 16-07-2022, 02:36 AM
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What do business and integration architecture do? Is it really technology role? Heard a lot saying itís implementation basically. And whatís the difference from the business and integration delivery analyst?
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What are the exit opportunities for business and technology delivery analyst?
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Old 16-07-2022, 10:10 AM
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Just to clear the misconception some people haveÖI myself am a management consultant under S&C in ACN. I joined 3 years ago as a consulting development analyst and started off in my first few projects as change practitioner, I do have one project that extended me with a business analyst role after Iím done with the change mgmt aspect. I do have joined projects holding business strategy analyst role as well. So in short, consulting isnít just change management, it will be really dumb to think just that.
More so of your interest, what skills you have, there many who wants to do consulting but arenít recruited or either leave halfway too.
What did you do in your business strategy role? Everyone here is saying change management isnít all consulting, but not elaborating what other consulting work there is in accenture.
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