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05-06-2020 10:56 PM
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In any case, good news for below average grads is that Accenture will pretty much take any moron as long as you can speak decently well, even for a "technical" role.

Personally know of a literature grad who somehow became a tech analyst there -> know him/her personally to be completely brainless with no tech background whatsoever.

So go ahead and apply, they have no standards.

The standard is getting lower and lower, throw them to any case/technical interview, i am quite certain less than 30% will pass it
02-06-2020 11:10 AM
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How is accenture? As relax as ST Eng?
01-06-2020 11:29 PM
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29-05-2020 11:10 PM
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lol charlotte is in CDO.
trying too hard imo.
29-05-2020 10:35 PM
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There are a handful of private u fresh grads in strat consulting. Go on LinkedIn.

e.g: //sg.linkedin.com/in/charlottechanyj

The only consulting firms with no private u fresh grads are MBB. Then again in those firms, first year associates from NUS/SMU/NTU are also minuscule cuz majority in the Singa office are from target b-schools like Wharton.
lol charlotte is in CDO.
29-05-2020 02:09 PM
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29-05-2020 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.
28-05-2020 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.
28-05-2020 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
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