With a total value of around $250 billion, the global consulting sector is one of the largest and most mature markets within the professional services industry. In this article, INSEAD’s Global Consulting Lead offers some perspectives on the industry and how the INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) can help to prepare you for a successful career in this sector.
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Writing this on board of GA821 from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta, I am filled with both sadness and excitement. I'm sad that I left the family I built in KL, but excited to go back to school soon. This post is also intended to help me sort out my thoughts and hopefully help you in one way or another. In the following blog, I'll focus on my career journey and why I opted to do an MBA at INSEAD.
The INSEAD Consulting Club at the Singy campus recently invited me and other classmates who had received offers from the MBB consulting firms to share tips on approaching the consulting application and interview process. To avoid duplicating the efforts of the many case prep workshops, material and websites out there, I shared the unorthodox aspects of my approach, which resulted from my application of what I learned from violin lessons to consulting interviews.
As a consultant, my way of working has changed tremendously.
Adaptability and versatility are essential traits for a management consultant, and I believe that my time at INSEAD has allowed me to sharpen them.
A career in consulting offers our MBA students global exposure and the platform to apply their skill sets across a variety of topics – from market growth and strategy to operational excellence and capital productivity.
Discover the INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) through the eyes of four alumni - a former investment banker, a consultant, a headhunter and a group CFO. How did they experience this intensive learning journey together, and how did it transform their personal and professional lives?
“Working with people from different backgrounds and cultures teaches us empathy, which is paramount for progress.” Alda Kule Dale Associate, Kearney MBA 2018 In three sentences or less, could you tell us a little more about yourself?
Dear all, I love observing people. Often, I am looking for inspiration: How are others doing things? Is there anything I can learn from them? Especially in new settings, foreign countries or when I am with people I think highly of. But sometimes, I simply get lost watching and then my brain takes me places.