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Today 02:09 PM
Unregistered McKinsey Digital considered consulting or implementation?
Today 11:36 AM
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Imo, CDO is the one generating the hard work / essentially the ones "earning" the revenue from the clients.

Implementation is now a big part of consulting - even strat houses (i.e. MBB) are now developing capabilities and hiring talents in that area.

MNCs want the full suite now.
Not going to happen. Implementation provides the bulk of revenue but it is labour-heavy work, margins are low. In a ACN system implementation project there can be as many as 150-200 offshored indians working on a SG project.

They can be generating the "hard work", but value in the market is just not there.

Even in MBB, your implementation practice is always less prestigious. In B-school, the choice for most would be McK generalist > BCG or Bain generalist > 2nd tier generalist > everything else in between > McK implementation. That would tell you where they stand.

MBB needs implementation to gain steady, consistent revenue. Strat is just too volatile - short projects with a lot of BD efforts required. But will implementation be as prestigious? probably not.
Yesterday 11:11 PM
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what do u guys think about the cdo ppl are fighting to be 'treated fairly'
Imo, CDO is the one generating the hard work / essentially the ones "earning" the revenue from the clients.

Implementation is now a big part of consulting - even strat houses (i.e. MBB) are now developing capabilities and hiring talents in that area.

MNCs want the full suite now.
Yesterday 10:48 PM
Unregistered what do u guys think about the cdo ppl are fighting to be 'treated fairly'
26-05-2020 10:58 PM
Unregistered hic hic hic!
26-05-2020 05:47 PM
Unregistered ching ching chong chong
26-05-2020 02:39 PM
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mckinsey highers more foreign elite u than local u, no private u (fresh grad level)
acn hires (some) private u

make your own conclusions about quality.

stop being butthurt and be realistic at where you/your firm stands and just do your job well. no use arguing for the sake of ego yeah?
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26-05-2020 10:50 AM
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mckinsey highers more foreign elite u than local u, no private u (fresh grad level)
acn hires (some) private u

make your own conclusions about quality.

stop being butthurt and be realistic at where you/your firm stands and just do your job well. no use arguing for the sake of ego yeah?
highers lmao
26-05-2020 10:37 AM
Unregistered mckinsey highers more foreign elite u than local u, no private u (fresh grad level)
acn hires (some) private u

make your own conclusions about quality.

stop being butthurt and be realistic at where you/your firm stands and just do your job well. no use arguing for the sake of ego yeah?
26-05-2020 01:36 AM
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LOL private uni grads (not all ofc) must be doing something right to warrant such a heated discussion haha.

Anyway, just dropped by to say that consulting is no longer pure play strategy. In fact, most consulting work (in terms of $$$) are going to tech.

So ACN is technically a "proper" consulting firm now. Make no mistake, strat houses like MBB, OW, Kearney etc are now playing catch up to ACN. You would know if you are in the industry (especially Singapore).
My humble opinion is that Mbb/tier 2 playing catch up in tech is one thing, having a good career in the company is another.

Accenture is a good example. A predominantly tech firm with most revenues coming from there, but mc/sc peeps get the most benefits. Similarly, employee to employee comparison, atk ow mbb will have better career paths compared to acn, regardless who in front or behind on the tech front. Unless ur a partner......
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