The 2002 edition of The Harvard Business School Guide to Careers in Management Consulting provides invaluable job-search advice for the prospective management consultant. Harvard Business School graduates, students, and faculty reveal firsthand insights into the industry, 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.
The Harvard Business School Guide to Careers in Management Consulting Includes:
- Is a Career in Consulting Right for You?
- Industry Overview
- A Top Consultant's Perspective
- Company Profiles
- Recruiting Contacts
- Preparing for the Case Interview
- Career Resources
- Career Paths in Consulting
- Consulting vs. Investment Banking
- Consulting vs. Operating Management
|Publisher:||Harvard Business Review Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.57(w) x 10.94(h) x 0.56(d)|
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