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  • Deloitte Case Study

    I would like to work at one of the “big four” financial firms i.e. “Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and PricewaterhouseCoopers,” specifically, Deloitte (Anonymous A, 2015, page 5). Deloitte is a large firm; it has over “220,000 professionals” working worldwide and in 2015, had “35.2 billion dollars” in revenue (“About Deloitte,” 2015). Deloitte and the other “big four” firms have offices around the world in more than “150 territories and countries (Deloitte),” including Montreal, which makes it easier in terms of changing between locations (“About Deloitte,” 2015). Working at Deloitte, I will be exposed to “fortune 1000 companies,” “complex (financial) issues and challenges,” and “good in-house training” which will provide me…

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  • Cultural Diversity In International Organizations

    innovation management and coordination among team members is the challenge for consulting companies to do business internationally. Consider the culture aspect, consulting company with their overseas offices could be a multicultural team. According to Schein (2004), all the organisations including consulting companies have their own internal organisational cultures. Such as decision-making style, specific rules, communication style and so forth. Yet, at the start of establishing the…

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  • How To Write A Case Study: Blujay Aviation

    BluJay Aviation Ivan V. Paulino Embry Riddle Aeronautical University MGMT 210 Max Profits Consulting Firm Dear Wren McKeemon & Brad Castanada BluJay Aviation, We here at Max Profits Consulting Firm are grateful for the opportunity to provide recommendations to your company, “BluJay Aviation”. We have been in the consulting business for over 20 years; we fully expect to meet your needs and concerns. We intend to provide unbiased and educated commendations to BluJay Aviation by…

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  • Ineffective Managerial Coaching

    Effective and ineffective behaviors of managerial coaching Based on their observations to great coaches, their own experience in coaching, and the literature review, (Evered & Selman, 1989) stated ten necessary aspects that distinct coaching from other techniques and explains the essence of coaching as well; developing a partnership, a pledge to produce results and endorse vision, compassion and acceptance, speaking and listening for action, responsiveness to coachees, honoring the uniqueness of…

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  • Post MBA Personal Statement

    continue advocating for large scale change, I want to be a Strategic Consultant. As a consultant, I want to be a fearless thinker who inspires and executes transformational ideas and strategies that expand employment opportunities for the youth of today. In order to make this happen, post MBA I want to gain first-hand experience working for a global consulting firm which is committed to youth unemployment. To make this transition, I know I lack the profound understanding of different tools such…

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  • Importance Of Professional Business Consulting Firm

    Professional business consulting firms help business to improve general performance when they are having problems. After analyzing a business ' management style, practices, technology usage, and other mechanical features that make up a business, a firm will then draw up a report and make recommendations on how the business can improved based on their conclusions. Before making any final decision about which individual or company you are going to go with, there are a few things that you ought to…

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  • Vencill Management Audit Case Study

    Vencill Management Consulting employees are encouraged to raise issues and open communications about Vencill Management Consulting’s ethics and compliance issues. Employees, customers, suppliers and other Vencill Management Consulting constituencies may also seek guidance, discuss concerns or report issues relative to Vencill Management Consulting’s Code of Conduct. Vencill Management Consulting employees will not be punished for asking about possible breaches of law, regulation or company…

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  • Case Study: The KPMG: Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

    workplace. The case study chosen is: “Five more women added in gender discrimination lawsuit against KPMG US” (Simpson, 2016). Two more articles have also been chosen to help provide a clearer overall picture for better analysis of the case study. KPMG is one of the Big Four, among PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and Ernst & Young (E&Y), all of which specialise in accounting and auditing services (Accountingverse, 2016). KPMG being one of the four largest…

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  • Deloitte Executive Summary

    Hirschey(2009) explains the law of diminishing returns “As the quantity of a variable input increases, with the quantities of all other factors being held constant, the resulting increase in output eventually diminishes (Hirschey, 2009, pg.253). This is illustrated within the table, as it is seen that at a certain point, paying an additional employees, reduces output. Milestone IV Market Structure Deloitte operates in an oligopolistic market structure. In Fundamentals of Managerial Economics,…

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  • Skillpower Case Study

    up to date with technology and in particular project management methodologies and scheduling software. Some currently more important current methodologies include waterfall, agile, scrum, and PRINCE2, although in…

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