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12 14 2009
»10th Anniversary: The Best Firms to Work For

Best FirmsSince we launched our annual Best Firms to Work For ranking back in 2001, 33 different consulting firms have appeared on the list. But for the last seven years, only one firm has appeared at the very top of the list.

Bain & Company’s incredible run as our Best Firm to Work For began way back in 2003 and is still going strong. Only one firm, however—The Boston Consulting Group—has managed to appear on the list every single year. During that span, BCG has never ranked lower than fifth.

Over the years, the survey’s popularity and significance have grown. With survey responses topping 10,000, we’ve expanded the rankings twice—first to include Best Small Firms to Work For in 2008 and to 15 winners in each category in 2009.
Best Firms
2009
    1) Bain & Company
    2) McKinsey & Company
    3) The Boston Consulting Group
    4) North Highland
    5) Booz Allen Hamilton
    6) AlixPartners
    7) ZS Associates
    8) Accenture
    9) Milliman
    10) Deloitte Consulting
    11) A.T. Kearney
    12) Alvarez & Marsal
    13) Towers Perrin
    14) PricewaterhouseCoopers
    15) Booz & Company

Best Small Firms To Work For, 2009
    1) Impact Advisors
    2) Stroud Consulting
    3) Marshall-Teichert Group
    4) Jabian Consulting
    5) Centric Consulting
    6) Censeo Consulting Group
    7) Alpha Financial Markets Consulting
    8) Plus Consulting
    9) SkillStorm
    10) Cumberland Consulting Group
    11) Acquis Consulting Group
    12) Walker
    13) Infinitive
    14) Caiman Consulting
    15) West Monroe Partners

2008
    1) Bain & Company
    2) The Boston Consulting Group
    3) North Highland
    4) Point B
    5) Booz & Company
    6) Alvarez & Marsal
    7) Milliman
    8) A.T. Kearney
    9) Monitor Group
    10) Kurt Salmon Associates

Best Small Firms To Work For, 2008
    1) Stroud Consulting
    2) SEI
    3) Centric Consulting
    4) IntegrityOne Partners
    5) Cumberland Consulting Group
    6) MorganFranklin
    7) Infinitive
    8) FMI
    9) Katzenbach Partners
    10) Forsythe

2007

    1) Bain & Company
    2) The Boston Consulting Group
    3) McKinsey & Company
    4)  North Highland
    5) PRTM
    6) Booz Allen Hamilton
    7) Kurt Salmon Associates
    8) Oliver Wyman
    9)  West Monroe Partners
    10) Slalom Consulting

2006
    1) Bain & Company
    2) McKinsey & Company
    3) Point B
    4) The Boston Consulting Group
    5) Monitor Group
    6) Kurt Salmon Associates
    7) PRTM
    8) Mercer Management Consulting/Mercer Oliver Wyman
    9) Diamond Management & Technology Consultantsional
    10) Huron Consulting Group

2005
    1) Bain & Company
    2) Booz Allen Hamilton
    3) The Boston Consulting Group
    4) McKinsey & Company
    5) Kurt Salmon Associates
    6) PRTM
    7) Mercer Oliver Wyman
    8) Sapient
    9) DiamondCluster International
    10) Mercer Management Consulting

2004
    1) Bain & Company
    2) McKinsey & Company
    3) The Boston Consulting Group
    4) Booz Allen Hamilton
    5) Kurt Salmon Associates
    6) PRTM
    7) Sapient
    8) Milliman
    9) Mercer Management Consulting
    10) DiamondCluster International

2003
    1) Bain & Company
    2) McKinsey & Compnay
    3) Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath (PRTM)
    4) Hewitt Associates
    5) The Boston Consulting Group
    6) Booz Allen Hamilton
    7) Kurt Salmon Associates
    8) Milliman USA
    9)  Mercer Management Consulting
    10) Towers Perrin

2002
    1) Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath  (PRTM)
    2) McKinsey & Company
    3) Booz Allen Hamilton
    4) The Boston Consulting Group
    5) Monitor Group
    6) Hewitt Associates
    7) Watson Wyatt
    8) Accenture
    9) Deloitte Consulting
    10) Mercer Management Consulting

2001
    1) The Boston Consulting Group
    2) McKinsey & Company
    3) Accenture
    4) Hewitt Associates
    5) Sapient
    6) First Consulting Group
    7) PricewaterhouseCoopers
    8) Deloitte Consulting
    9) Andersen (formerly Arthur Andersen)
    10) American Management Systems
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