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The WetFeet Insider Guide to Accenture

The WetFeet Insider Guide to Accenture

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Accenture, one of the world's largest consulting firms with 75,000 employees and offices in 47 countries, is growing and downsizing at the same time. The fluctuating economy has hit Accenture just as hard as its competitors (if not harder - Accenture is one of just a few public consulting firms), and between summer 2001 and summer 2002, the firm announced 2,500 job cuts. But Accenture also promises a net increase of 8,000 employees worldwide by the end of 2003, and insiders are bullish about the company's ability to bounce back. That said, how can you best prepare for your interviews with this consulting giant? The answers are all here, in The WetFeet Insider Guide to Accenture.

You'll learn:

  • How is Accenture similar to/different from the McKinseys and Bains of the consulting world?
  • How does Accenture plan to stay toward the front of the consulting pack?
  • What are the responsibilities of MBAs and undergrads when they go to work for the firm?
  • What different projects do consultants in Accenture's different service lines work on?
  • What is "behavioral interviewing," and what does it mean for your Accenture interview?
  • What should and shouldn't you talk about in your interview?