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2014 Management Consulting Salaries – Undergraduate, MBA, Interns and More

Management Consulted

Welcome, welcome to 2014. Below is data on salaries for full-time positions from sources with offers starting in 2014 from the following firms: Accenture. If you’re a new hire for 2014, you can help us do that. To start the year out on the right foot, we’ll be continuing our series of posts on consulting salaries with compensation information for those starting in a consulting firm this year – the big 2-0-1-4.

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Winter 2014 East Coast Tour Recap

Management Consulted

On our January 2014 Consulting Bootcamp tour, we travelled to several universities up and down the East Coast – Duke, Georgia Tech, UGA, Penn, Harvard, McGill, Dartmouth, Columbia, and Cornell. *. In the beginning of the trip, Jenny Rae was intern-less. What did this mean? No pictures! By way of a quick words-only recap, we made our way back to Duke and got to train 30 eager sophomores and juniors preparing for their first interview season.

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Management Consulted West Coast Tour – Fall 2014

Management Consulted

” That wraps up our West Coast Tour recap for the 2014 season. We didn’t forget you West Coast folk! After our East Coast Fall Tour concluded, we flew back over to the West Coast to host events with consulting clubs from Arizona State University, Stanford University, the University of Southern California and Pepperdine University. Plus – a bonus trip to the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.

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Fall 2014 East Coast Tour Recap

Management Consulted

Over the last month, we kicked off our Fall Consulting Bootcamp tour and have trekked up and down the East Coast to several universities – after visits to Columbia, McGill, Duke, Georgia Tech, Yale, Harvard, and Wharton (UPenn), we finally hosted a private bootcamp in New York.

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Oxford Inspires 2014

Tom Spencer

For those of you planning to be in the UK in March, we would like to share with you details of an exciting event being hosted at Oxford’s Said Business School. Oxford Inspires is an entrepreneurial conference taking place on the 8th and 9th of March this year. The event is hosted by Oxford Entrepreneurs , the largest student-run entrepreneurship body in the world, and brings together leading entrepreneurs to educate and inspire budding entrepreneurs based in Oxford, London, and beyond.

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Top 8 Consulting Best Practices from 2014

Women in Consulting

Please click here to purchase the download for the 2014 Best Practices Survey Results webinar. By: Amy Smith. Women In Consulting recently announced the results of its 13th Annual Consulting Best Practices and Compensation Study at our September general meeting. The overarching theme was that consultants and small business owners are reporting that their businesses are “the same, but better.”

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Best Business Books 2014--In Pictures

Strategy+Business

This slideshow is part of the article " Best Business Books 2014

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Best Business Books 2014

Strategy+Business

Our annual review of the year''s best business books

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Labor Force, Employment, and Population April 2008 vs. April 2014

MishTalk

This post shows the first set, a comparison of April 2008 to April 2014. In a subsequent post we will take a look at the last two years (April 2012 vs. April 2014). I have two sets of interesting charts from reader Tim Wallace on labor force, population, and employment. Click on any chart to see a sharper image. Age 16-24 Stats Since April 2008, the population in age group 16-24 rose by 3.6% but the labor force declined by 4.2%, and employment fell by 5.9%.

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Best Business Books 2014--Innovation

Strategy+Business

Greasing the Skids of Invention

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Best Business Books 2014--Economics

Strategy+Business

All Things Being Unequal

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Best Business Books 2014--Sustainability

Strategy+Business

Tomorrow''s Bottom Line

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Saxo Bank Outrageous Predictions for 2014 Steen Jakobsen - My Comments

MishTalk

Saxo Bank''s Outrageous Predictions for 2014 came out last month, but given that Steen Jakobsen, Chief Economist for Saxo Bank will be speaking at Wine Country Conference II on May 1-2, a review of Saxo Bank''s predictions is in order. Tech’s ‘Fat Five’ wake up to a nasty hangover in 2014 : We like technology stocks in general as they are the main driver of the necessary productivity growth the economy needs to create long-term increases in wealth per capita. percent in 2014.

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Activating the Global Operating Model (March 2014 ODC Webinar)

Kates Kesler

Click here to watch and listen to the 60 minute webinar originally presented on March 24, 2014 through the Organization Design Community. Amy and Greg share insights for bringing the global matrix to life. Blog Organization Design (General) Publications

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Best Business Books 2014--Strategy

Strategy+Business

To the Nimble Go the Spoils

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Best Business Books 2014--Marketing

Strategy+Business

Brand Diving

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#CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 20, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post #CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 20, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! Another week come and gone. My week has been productive and inspiring. I hope yours has been the same for you. As usual, here are some worthwhile reads (and a listen!) from this week. Enjoy and have an awesome weekend! Worthy reads from smart people. Ebola & The Police: The Political Incorrectness of Shooting Sick People.

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Weekly Roundup of Awesome Links: Week of August 4, 2014

Melissa Agnes

July 2014: The Worst Video Media Disaster – by @MrMediaTraining. The post Weekly Roundup of Awesome Links: Week of August 4, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! Below you’ll find our roundup of some really great articles that we’ve come across this week, as well as a roundup of what was published to The Crisis Intelligence Blog and Podcast this week.

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#CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 13, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post #CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 13, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! It seems that the change in season and/or my busy schedule has caught up to me. I’ve been sick with a head cold all week and it’s driving me crazy! However, I have little to complain about compared to those continuing to suffer from Ebola all around the world.

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France Fesses Up: "Deficit in 2014 Much Higher than Expected", Budget Needs Revisions Yet Again

MishTalk

For example, please consider this Reuters September 2014 headline: France Breaks 2015 Deficit-Cutting Promise. in 2014, before dropping back to 4.3% Flashback April 10, 2014 : Bloomberg reports France Must Meet 3% Budget Deficit Target for 2015, Sapin Says French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said his country needs to stick to a budget deficit target next year of 3 percent of gross domestic product to follow European Union rules. billion euros at the end of 2014, 4.3

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Activating the Global Operating Model (Article, Kates Kesler, August 2014)

Kates Kesler

Blog Organization Design (General) Publications

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Best Business Books 2014--Organizational Culture

Strategy+Business

The Nothing That''s Everything

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2014 List of Strategy Consulting Firms in Sydney

Tom Spencer

The definitive 2014 List of Strategy Consulting Firms in Sydney. Below is our 2014 list of strategy consulting firms in Sydney. The firms on the 2014 list are: Nous Group. In 2014, Booz & Co was acquired by PwC and its name was changed to Strategy& Strategy& has around 57 offices worldwide including Sydney, Hong Kong, Bombay, New Delhi, London, New York, and San Francisco. Source: Flickr ).

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#CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of September 1, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post #CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of September 1, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! Summer has officially come to an end and it’s back to routine and business as usual… and I’m thrilled! As much as I enjoy the summer months, I love my work and as the fall lineup of speaking engagements, crisis simulations and crisis planning begins to take shape, I find myself rejuvenated and ready to rock and roll!

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Weekly Roundup of Awesome Links: Week of August 11, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post Weekly Roundup of Awesome Links: Week of August 11, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! Here’s this week’s roundup of great articles, as well as a roundup of what was published to The Crisis Intelligence Blog and Podcast. Feel free to share your roundup of awesome links with us by using the hashtag #CrisisRoundup! From The Crisis Intelligence Blog.

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#CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 6, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post #CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 6, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! This week, I was in L.A. having a blast putting City officials through a simulated earthquake exercise. As you can imagine, it was an amazing experience to be surrounded with such inspiring people doing important work.

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Should You Get a Referral Fee?

David A Fields

A question I was asked: When I make a referral or introduction, should the person I’m referring pay me in some way or should I make it clear I don’t expect any financial reward? What do you think? Do you expect a financial reward when you give a referral? Does it depend on the circumstances? If you do expect remuneration, how much do you expect? Post your suggestion by using the ‘Leave a Comment’ box below.

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Darwin the Evolved Consultant – Maintaining Fees

David A Fields

c) 2014 David A. All images and text are the copyright of David A. Fields. (c) Fields. All rights reserved. The post Darwin the Evolved Consultant – Maintaining Fees appeared first on David A. Fields. Consultants Darwins Fees fees positioning. relationships

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#CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of September 8, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post #CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of September 8, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! How is it Friday already? Where does time go? This week I’ve been trying to jam two work weeks into one as I’ll be traveling to the middle east next week – Dubai to be precise – to speak to healthcare delegates at a GCC government conference. OK, so maybe that’s where my week went, but still, time sure does fly!

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Austerity In Spain? Where? Public Debt Threatens to Exceed 100% of GDP in 2014

MishTalk

EL Pais reports Spanish Public Debt Threatens to Exceed 100% of GDP in 2014 Via translation General government debt accumulated through February was 987.945 billion euros, an amount that represents 96.5% The 2014 budget is expected to be in the red by 60.7 In total, the public debt will grow by about 80 billion, eight points of GDP during 2014.

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#CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 27, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post #CrisisRoundup of Awesome Links: Week of October 27, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! Happy Halloween!

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Weekly Roundup of Awesome Links: Week of August 25, 2014

Melissa Agnes

The post Weekly Roundup of Awesome Links: Week of August 25, 2014 appeared first on Agnes + Day. Welcome to this week’s #CrisisRoundup! As classes begin to resume and summer comes to a close, I find myself looking forward to the Fall season. The beautiful colors, the smell of Autumn and the Fall fashion… I love it all! What about you? Are you looking forward to the start of Autumn, or are you sad to say goodbye to summer?

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Personal Income Tax Revenues Show Significant Softening in Q4 2013, Decline in Q1 2014

MishTalk

And in the first quarter of 2014, state income tax revenue actually declined. Early figures for the first quarter of 2014 indicate even further softening in state tax collections, and possible declines in personal income tax collections. First Quarter Income Tax Declines In a followup report, the institute reports State Income Taxes Showed Declines in the First Quarter of 2014. percent in nominal terms in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the same quarter of 2013.

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Best Business Books 2014--Executive Self-Improvement

Strategy+Business

The Human Factor

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Reaching Higher in the Organization

David A Fields

A question I was asked… I have an introduction to a sales manager at a potential client. How do I tactfully go over his head to get to the decision maker?… … See my response in the Solo Consultant’s Network. The post Reaching Higher in the Organization appeared first on David A. Fields. Agreements Consultants Positioning Proposals Relationships agreements positioning positioning. relationships value proposition

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Thank you to our 2014 Silent Auction Donors & Volunteers!

Women in Consulting

Your participation and collaboration helped make the 2014 silent auction a huge success. We also want to thank our dedicated volunteers who helped make the 2014 Silent Auction possible: Pamela Bender, Planning Showcase: planshow.com. 10% of the 2014 Silent Auction proceeds will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank! By: Danielle Terrazas. On behalf of Women in Consulting, thank you for your generous donations to the silent auction!

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How to be Insanely Good at Closing

David A Fields

A number of years ago in Pittsburgh, a small group of onlookers (including me) collectively gasped. The slender, young man we were watching wobbled at the top of his ladder, briefly looking like he was going to fall. Then he deftly kicked out the ladder’s integrated platform and continued his home-show demonstration of the Little Giant ladder. Ten minutes later, every single one of us paid an impressive sum to own the Rolls Royce of ladders.[1] 1] That man could close! And so can you.[2]

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What Do Seven Billion People Do? Top 10 Mega-Cities by Population 2014 vs. 2030 Estimate

MishTalk

Reader Bran who lives in Spain sent some interesting charts of population, expected population growth, the world''s largest cites, and what people do for a living. I don''t have links for the charts, but most show the origin. Seven Billion People Breakdown 4.30 Billion Work 1.90 Billion too Young to Work 0.43 Billion Unemployed 0.58 Billion 65 or Older Total about 7.2

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Amazon to Increase Robots from 1,400 to 10,000 by End of 2014; Day in the Life of a Robot

MishTalk

Please consider Bezos expects 10,000 robots at Amazon warehouses by 2015 Amazon.com plans to aggressively expand its use of robots at it warehouses in 2014, rolling out 10,000 of them by the end of 2014. Have a job moving stuff or filling orders in a warehouse? If so, your job is in jeopardy.

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Darwin the Evolved Consultant – Getting Butts in Seats

David A Fields

c) 2014 David A. All images and text are the copyright of David A. Fields. (c) Fields. All rights reserved. Consultants Creating Value Darwins Fees Positioning adding value starting projects value proposition