Functional Analyst (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 9, 2016
A great place to work, challenging and engaging work environment. Co-workers are great, diverse people. I've learned to be a part of the world of administration and social media. It can sometimes be tough, but the reward of seeing positive outcomes is thrilling.
Director of Business Development/Chief Consultant (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – April 30, 2016
o Helps a small to medium-sized business owner improve business operations, offering general services in all areas of business. o The overall goal is to use leading techniques to help make your business better by addressing problems and recommending solutions.
Productive and Supportive to Service Members and their families
Personnel Assistant (Current Employee) – Port Hueneme CBC Base, CA – January 28, 2016
Work on the transactions dispatched to me on a daily basis. Follow up with the command admin. Process the requests on a timely manner. I learned a lot in 2 sections I've been for 4 years. I work with less supervision, my supervisor believe that I can do my job because I am a fast learner and make sure the job is done. I always given the tasked to train new employee in the section. My co-workers are open to ask me questions and everybody is a team player. I enjoyed working at PSD because I am able to help the service member in any way I can.
Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 18, 2016
Lots of opportunities to transfer to another area of the firm, and learn new things. There are opportunities to grow but the key is being dedicated, persistent and developing relationships with senior management. No two days are ever the same - lots of projects (big and small) to tackle.
Business Consulting & Management Accounting (Current Employee) – Laguna Hills, CA – September 8, 2015
I work for myself. I set my own hours and come and go as I please. I am master of my destiny. The boss is smart, hard-working and has amazing foresight for starting this company. His expertise is unmatched and his work ethic is unmatchable.
Sometimes lacks Structure, Money, Interesting Work
CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Lagos – May 30, 2015
I worked as a freelance Management Consultant while I processed my admission for my masters. I enjoyed working at the two jobs I did, particularly training the management staff of the central bank. These group of people had little or no formal experience of project management but had some contact with projects.
I worked with my former boss and it was enjoyable reliving our old work relationships. My coworkers were people that I delivered too. At the company where I set up a PMO I enjoyed delivering a solution and seeing the immediate results and how appreciative the team were.
The hardest part for me was that schedule could change at very short notice.
I had more time to focus on my admission process
I had to move around a lot to multiple locations dealing with unrelated clients
Consultant (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 24, 2014
Working in Internal Management Consulting at Humana is a great way to learn the organization, but the leadership structure creates needless complexity and political battles. Pay was good, life/work balance was good.
Triple Threat Consultant (Current Employee) – Ellicott City, MD – February 19, 2014
Operated as lead business analyst and project manager representing National Council Programs.. This group consisted of the tourism directors and their staffs from the 50 states and the five US territories. Collaborated with the 13 member Board of Directors to ensure strategic compliance. Planned, designed and recommended business processes to improve and support business activities. Guided all projects from conception to delivery.
Supported the General/ Program Manager in performing day-to-day activities and special assignments for the organization. Identified and analyzed issues, problems, and business projects to define the scope of project activities required to address the business issue, including: requirement definition, process review, impact assessment and operational streamlining. Oversaw and developed work statements, scope/priority definitions and the creation of budgets and schedules for large complex programs. Developed documents with appropriate standards and requirements and needs. Managed and distributed strategic communications regarding understanding of deadlines, assignments and objectives. Oversaw and coordinated staffing assignment for the projects.y
Clerk III (Former Employee) – Lemoore, CA – February 1, 2014
I enjoyed working for Management Consulting (MANCON) as a Clerk III/HR Assistant (Military). I had thorough communication from management staff, Human Resources and staff off-site at the regional office.
Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 22, 2013
KPMG possesses the perception and cachet that comes with big 4, so certainly it should help your advancement in career. There are some aspects of the business model that fall short, especially when it comes to career development and certain HR matters. Still you are surrounded by talented individuals who for the most part are eager to deliver and contribute. Employees are certainly the assets here. Unfortunately, the system isn't set up in which hard work necessarily translates to reward and, while they try, often puts employees in situations that are not beneficial for them and ultimately the company. They need to think more strategic in those aspects, but tend to be more tactical as a result of... my guess is lack of strategic planning. Work-Life balance, while they market it, is a joke.
collaboration, people, social culture
career development process, review process, work-life balance