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Concentration: Operations, Statistics
Schools: Ross (Michigan) - Class of 2014
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Operations Conuslting post MBA [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2011, 10:00
Hey everyone,

I wanted to pursue operations consulting after and MBA but more and more i hear most firms hire all MBA as generalists. Is it hard or possible to get into operations consulting after an MBA? Outside of boutique consulting is it easier to go as generalist and just try to work the on operation projects? Any insight will help.

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Re: Operations Conuslting post MBA [#permalink] New post 21 Jul 2011, 16:43
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If you're talking about MBB, then only McKinsey lets you specialize immediately post-MBA through their different practices, like operations or business technology. Some smaller firms like LEK or A.T. Kearney are well known for operations expertise, though that may not be all that they do. From what I've heard as a new consultant you'll have little control over what kind of project you're selected for so I wouldn't necessarily count on being able to do ops projects as a generalist.
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