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consultancy books..

 
#1 consultancy books..
10/12/2009 13:03

graduate

Can anyone recommend a book for a graduate, who is going to apply for strategy consultancy and management consultancy positions?

I want a book which will provide example client problems, solution etc- one which is ideal for a graduate (with no experience in consultancy)?

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#2 RE: consultancy books..
10/12/2009 13:52

yepp to graduate (#1)

squeaker consulting guide - squeaker.net

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#3 RE: consultancy books..
10/12/2009 15:33

the to yepp (#2)

Papillion is a good book

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#4 RE: consultancy books..
10/12/2009 15:36

Tom to graduate (#1)

Check out the McKinsey Way, the McKinsey Mind and the McKinsey Engagement. Quite fluffy and common sensical but should provide you with a decent enough introduction.

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#5 RE: consultancy books..
10/12/2009 19:00

Consultant to Tom (#4)

'Bullshit Sells' by A.C. Onsultant

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#6 RE: consultancy books..
10/12/2009 20:11

MB to Consultant (#5)

The whole of "The Bluffer's Guide to..." series, but only if you're keen. Otherwise get "Buzzword Bingo".

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#7 RE: consultancy books..
11/12/2009 12:24

Anon to MB (#6)

It's more a journal than a book, however if you're really looking for something relevant, I recommend the Poop Report. www.poopreport.com

"Your #1 source for your #2 business".

In my opinion, it's about as relevant as guff such as the McKinsey Way.

Your best bet is to read company websites and the newspapers.

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