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AtKearney Vs Roland Berger

 
#1 AtKearney Vs Roland Berger
10/01/2013 17:54

londoner85

Hi,

which company do you think is better from an Ops - Supply Chain perspective, ATK or Roland B? Which is better if you want to move from ops to strategy one day.

Are they relly a league below Booz? (which I don't really consider a tier 1).

Impressions and insight welcome

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#2 RE: AtKearney Vs Roland Berger
11/01/2013 08:34

marsday to londoner85 (#1)

The whole Tier 1/2 thing really is irrelevant in this context - the quality of people and work is much the same at MBB and the so called Tier 2. It's really just a matter of brand prestige, and the fact that MBB publish more thought leadership papers. In Germany for example RB is considered better than McKinsey.

To your questions then

Which is better from an Ops/SCM perspective? ATK are known for it - it is their raison d'etre if you like although they do other work around it also. RB offers ops work, but its not the first thing you would go to RB for. But at this level it's really agenda led stuff rather than service line - growth, restructuring, turnaround or whatever, with RB or ATK then hired in to run diagnostic work to unravel the issues and develop a plan to execute. RB will take you more or less directly into strategy, ATK will put you at the top of the tree in ops (frankly ATK have forgotten more about ops than MBB know about it). The quality of people in both firms is universally high and in my career to date I've yet to meet an exception to that rule from either firm. If you are looking at them in UK, ATK a better known brand, Europe about equal with exception of Germany where RB is king of the hill.

This really is like choosing between one stellar opp and another - apply to both.

Tony is ex RB so if he's on the forum today he would be a great source of insights into life at RB.

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