Publisher: Harvard Business School, 1999, 233 pages
Now in its tenth edition, Management Consulting 1999 provides invaluable job-search advice for the prospective management consultant. Harvard Business School graduates, students, and faculty reveal firsthand insights into the industry, offer advice on career self-assessment, describe what a consultant's work is really like, outline current industry trends, and offer guidelines for approaching the case-study interview. Also included are profiles of well-known consulting firms, a mailing list of recruiting contacts, and a selective bibliography of relevant books and directories compiled by the Harvard Business School career resources librarian.
Describes the largest management consulting companies and their focus. Very little of any real interest.
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