I hope this message finds you doing well and that you’re already enjoying the (relatively warm!) holiday weekend. Here’s the latest news from what we’re seeing in the Strategy & Corporate Development marketplace, followed by the open positions we’re aggressively looking to fill:
Here’s the latest news from what we’re seeing in the Strategy & Corporate Development marketplace, followed by the open positions we’re aggressively looking to fill:
- Consulting firms recognized once again: Last month we highlighted Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For 2018, and right on its heels LinkedIn released its “Where the U.S. wants to work now,” which is driven by online actions taken by LinkedIn users. As you might guess, this list of the top 50 companies includes multiple consulting firms – including McKinsey (No. 13), Deloitte (22), PwC (25), BCG (26), EY (29) and Accenture (34). Well done, consulting!
- McKinsey has a new boss: Kevin Sneader, the Scottish chairman of McKinsey’s Asia unit, will replace Dominic Barton as global managing partner, the most senior position in a firm that now has more than 2,000 partners
- Bain does too! After two terms as Bain’s worldwide managing director, Bob Bechek is stepping aside and Manny Maceda, who has been with the firm for nearly 30 years, is taking the helm.
We’re working on great opportunities and we want to hear from you! Please reach out to anyone on my team, or to me directly, to discuss these opportunities in greater detail – or feel free to forward this email along to friends and colleagues who may have an interest in learning more.
Chief Executive Officer
Strategy & Corporate Development Practice Leader
Charles Aris Inc.
(336) 378-1818 x9101
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