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JUST DON”T DO NOTHING:MLB Philadelphia Caricatures League Champions 2022 Signatures Shirt you may think that as long as things are under control and the project is going fine you can keep your head down and just focus on getting the work done and invest your time in generating those grand insights that will mark you out as the next best thing since sliced bread? WRONG – look, consulting is not a business where you are generating anything measurable so that people can just tally it up at the end of the year and reward you – hence, in consulting, activity equals results – send 3-4 versions of the deck for the partner to review, schedule calls with expert networks, run the team ragged – just make sure that the partner knows that something is happening at every moment because like I said, all this gives assurance to the guys on top that shit is getting done. 3. Play the visibility game: I can’t stress this enough – the best EMs are the ones who come close to inducing guilt in the project leadership – make your team work till 2 am and then make sure you’re sending a mail to your partner at 2:30 am so that he knows you and the team were working hard. Sure, you can send the same email at 9:30 am and it won’t make an iota of difference to anything but hey, being an unemployed ex-consultant is not so bad. Make sure everyone knows how hard you’re working – one good way to achieve that is to actually work hard but an even better way is to give that illusion without actually working hard. Are you sure that you can’t set an alarm for 2:30 am to send out the deck you finished at 10 pm? Is it really that hard to take out 15 minutes at 4pm on Sunday afternoon to send that email laying out the plan for the week to the team with the Partner marked on ‘cc’? As a corollary, figure out some light touch, low involvement extra-currics in the office you could support – these are usually referred to as ‘magic time’ activities because you’re supposed to do these after project hours. The trick is to figure out that it doesn’t specify whose magic time it should be – take the lead on some chicken shit diversity initiative being run by the office and then dump the work on some lowly analyst who is keen to make a good impression. Finally, when the work gets done, make sure you’re the one who mails the interim and final versions to the guys on top – refer again to the 2:30 am rule 4. Team management: I think the best thing here would be to quote some words a Partner actually told me once “see, in team management, you need to first create a hole for your team members to fall into and then help them get out of it – there’s nothing unethical about that”. Your team has to firstly respect you – so make sure you initially give them hell, tell them about formatting mistakes they’ve made, analyses they’ve missed out on – establish the heirarchy of the food chain upfront – but then, after a long day where you’ve given them hell and made them work non-stop, make sure you give them a token gesture like taking them out to a restaurant and giving them career advice and tell them that as a reward they need not send you the next iteration of the deck on Monday morning at 9 am – 10am will do fine. They will respect you and at the same time believe that you’re on their side. The other answers here are the standard party line but I’ve given you the real low-down. Follow my advice and you can’t fail For those who don’t know, an associate is the first ~2 years at the firm (bottom layer of pyramid) And ..well yeah ..not sure where to start.. There are quite a list of things that you might end up doing! You do end up doing some more “normal” work as well. This does however differ a lot depending on what type of project you are staffed on what your role is, but if i try to give you an “generic” “average” set-up it would be something like this: ~50% of your time will be sitting down with your laptop analyzing data and solving problems you’ve been allocated to or that you’ve defined for yourself based on the overall mission you are responsible for. This would primarily be Excel and PowerPoint work (Maybe some advanced data analytics programs or Organization design programs etc.) ~30% of your time will be “client interaction”. Meetings, workshops, interviews, site visits etc. to gather data and insights or to share results and recommendations. These are conducted face to face or through virtual /phone meetings. ~20% of your time will go to internal meetings or ad-hoc discussions. This consists primarily of time spent with your team and your Project Leader aligning on day-to-day tasks and reviewing your work. You also have weekly larger project meetings with the partners and other senior staff to align on big picture stuff. 5% of your time (Yes that’s above the 100% listed so far) will be spent on some type of “office contribution” e.g recruiting activities or organizing internal events etc. Let me know in the comments if you want hear more about any of the topics =) Or if you have some more fun tasks you have done as a junior at a consulting firm! I worked for Bain at two different points in my career. I’ve also had jobs in between working closely with ex McKinsey and ex BCG peers. They’re all extremely talented and hard working people. We all our have war stories from working with our various consultancies so we get each other straight off the bat. If you are considering offers from MBB I would advise you spend as much time as possible chatting with the people you are going to be working with. You are going to be spending 80–100 hours per week with these people, so you probably want to like them. I had offers from all 3 way back in the late nineties. I made my decision to go with Bain pretty much based on the associate who took me out for a closing lunch. We just clicked. Razor sharp but not arrogant, obviously took his job extremely seriously but had a lot of fun doing it. Twenty years later and he is the Godfather to my only child. I’ve gone a bit off track answering this question – MBB are all incredible places to work. You will meet amazing people and be challenged every day. A consultant should be formally dressed all the time and look like a professional and be ready for a client meeting all the time. He should look dignified and exude confidence and convey an authentic statement thru his formal dress. I would always suggest a 2 piece suit, pants and coat made of same cloth, rich in texture , comfortable on him , well pressed etc. When I say rich in texture, I mean it, it should be made of good cloth. So I would say, don’t go for cheap suits. Instead of buying 10 suits, buy 5 suits. Suits should be preferably dark coloured with full sleeves light/pastel coloured shirts, preferably plain or at best self lines. Belts and shoes should be of same colour, either black or brown. A formal hair cut is always recommended. In short, he should be well groomed and covey a statement of purpose thru his dress without any distractions with his dress. I will always suggest a silk tie , very formal, long one without any distracting character prints on that tie, going well with the suit and colour of the shirt. The shirt sleeves should be visible on his wrists and not covered by the coat sleeves. This dress sense should start right from the interview and through out their career and even on fridays without exception, though normally companies permit business casuals on Fridays. All I am saying, anytime he should be prepared for a business meeting. McKinsey & Company is a company which is good at solving problems for other businesses, why doesn’t it help itself become the biggest company in the world? McKinsey employs roughly 27 000 people to generate annual consulting revenue of $8.8 billion. Their revenue per employee is about $326 000. If they want to make more money, they will need to scale up using more people because they are a services business. So for every $326 000 they want to make in addition to their current earnings, they need to appoint another person. If their salaries average out at $80 000 (which is as close as I could get given sparse information and their global reach), that means in salaries alone they need to spend $80 000 per employee a year to earn that revenue. Now, the most profitable company in the world is Saudi Aramco who made total revenues of $358.9 billion in 2018.

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