Dennis Doughty of Booz Allen Hamilton
Asked to discuss career milestones, it’s not uncommon for a top consultant to slice his career history into two distinct chapters: one before making partner,
the other after..
Best Firms to Work For 2004
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It was the age of new hires. It was the age of offshoring. It was the age of work/life balance. It was the age of a world unbalanced. Whatever. Once again, our groundbreaking survey reveals and measures the inner workings of the profession’s employers of choice.
In the Land of Giants: Seven Small Consultancies are Energizing the Profession
Large firms may get all the attention, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t smaller firms quietly and relentlessly making a place for themselves in the consulting landscape. Just the opposite, in fact. By focusing their resources on exploiting a specific niche — whether it is for clients or talent or a consulting philosophy — the following seven “small jewels” are doing a lot of interesting work, providing exciting opportunities to consultants willing to look beyond the big guns, and having a lot of fun in the bargain.
The 10 Best Consulting Firms to Work For, 2003
“Joining this firm means striving to surpass your own expectations,” says Vivek Gambhir, a 34-year-old project manager. “You learn how to run companies, how to invest in them, and how to make a difference. Whatever your goals, you will discover limitless opportunity here.”
Editor's Note: Top 25 Consultants
A few of us choose Einstein over Churchill. Others may pick John Lennon over FDR. But very few of us ever exclude Lincoln. It seems Honest Abe never misses a meal. Or at least not when it comes to meals cooked up by this anachronistic question: Which three people from history would you most like to have dinner with? If you have ever answered this question (and who hasn’t?), consider yourself guilty of that all-so-popular sin of people-ranking.
The Top 25 Consultants 2000
How dare we? How dare we list the people we deem to be the 25 most influential consultants and then profile them within these pages? And, as if such a list weren't already fraught with journalistic landmines, we went ahead and ranked the listees. After all, if the appeal of a list is to discover whose been included or excluded, than why not heighten the experience with a little numbering? To all those who find lists trite and hollow, we apologize, but for those of you who enjoy unmitigated flights of fancy: Buckle up. We’ve got a great list.