Best Consulting Firms To Work For

The Most Prestigious Consulting Firms





The top-ten overall winners are: Bain & Co. The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. Deloitte Consulting LLP Analysis Group, Inc. Booz & Company If this year's results look a little different than you'd expect, it might be because this year Vault combined its former 'best to work for' metrics with a prestige indicator. So you can get an idea of how this might affect the rankings, here are the top five winners in the 'prestige' category: McKinsey & Co. The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. Bain & Company The "best to work for" ratings contain some good nuggets for job-hoppers, too. visit http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505125_162-44442150/best-consulting-firms-to-work-for/





Bain Takes Top Spot in Consulting's Best Firms to Work For Survey for the 11th Consecutive Year





A little like the Oscars, which turns to the movie industry to tally its votes, Vaults list comes from a survey of consultants who are asked to rank their peers and competitors. Vault ran its survey from March through July and gathered votes from 5,000 consultants at 60 firms, ranging from giant companies like McKinsey and Bain to small outfits like Bates White in Washington, D.C. For the prestige ranking, consultants were not allowed to vote for their own firms, and they were asked only to rate firms with which they were familiar. Vault has been running the survey for a decade, and every year McKinsey has come out on top. In fact, the top five are unchanged from last year, though PricewaterhouseCoopers moved up two spots to #6, Ernst & Young climbed one spot to #8 and Mercer LLC fell three spots to #9. Herewith, the top ten: McKinsey & Company visit http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2011/08/25/the-most-prestigious-consulting-firms/





Top Firms Identified in New Kennedy Study on High-Growth Cyber Security Consulting Specialty





Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory August 28, 2013 11:32 AM 0 shares Done KEENE, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory, the leader in market analysis on the consulting profession, announces an in-depth examination of the Forensics & Dispute Advisory (F&DA) marketplace. The report identifies current engagement trends and rates top firms specific advisory competencies, strengths and weaknesses in a marketplace occupied by such diverse providers as: Niche litigation/dispute support specialists Midsized financial advisory firms The big four consulting firms F&DA purist firms and practices that focus primarily on delivering expert witness services in economics and financial disputes The recession has reshaped the F&DA landscape, impacting the procurement and delivery of F&DA services, as well as the budget for retaining outside counsel, according to Erick Burchfield, Project Lead and Kennedys Managing Director of Research. Firms and clients alike are re-engaging in complex litigation in such areas as intellectual property, privacy and data protection, as well as fraud and corruption. Technology is also playing an ever-increasing role in investigations and disputes, Burchfield continued. Given the exploding volumes of data to sort through, organize, and analyze, the need for technology tools to automate and filter through discovery and accounting information has had a meaningful impact on how F&DA engagements are being conducted. The exclusive research examines these and other core issues impacting the competitive landscape and demand for services. It also includes in-depth profiles of Forensics & Dispute Advisory firms with capability maps illustrating each practices standing across the key engagement areas of: Forensic Investigation Data and Event Forensic Analysis use of forensic accounting and forensic analytics techniques to conduct investigatory activity Securities Investigations and Accounting Malpractice includes practices ability to assist clients with regulatory investigations arising from allegations of market manipulation, misleading shareholders, or violation of fiduciary responsibilities and regulations Corruption, Bribery and Money Laundering Investigation practice capabilities in assisting clients with regulatory allegations of white-collar crime, including fraud, corruption, bribery, money laundering, and arms trafficking, for example Regulatory Investigations (Internal/External) practice capabilities in assisting with regulatory investigations not otherwise captured above, including noncompliance investigations surrounding tax, trade, banking, foreign asset control and ownership, and global environmental investigations Other Forensic Accounting Services all other forensic investigative services, including data security and privacy breach investigations and asset recovery services Dispute Analysis & Advisory International Arbitration/Mediation capabilities in advising client international arbitration settings, where an increasing number of disputes are now being resolved Data and Document Management Advisory advisory services on litigation and dispute data management and assistance with client and counsel efforts to identify critical data items of relevance to the dispute IP Litigation practice advisory capabilities in disputes pertaining to theft of intellectual property and resulting damages and lost profits analysis Bankruptcy/Restructuring Litigation practice advisory capabilities in disputes pertaining to suits brought by creditors and shareholders in bankruptcy settings Economics, Antitrust, Competition & Valuation M&A antitrust work typically resulting from DOJ, FTC, or European Competition investigation or transaction-related disputes involving asset valuation Other Dispute Analysis & Advisory Services includes other dispute support such as cybersecurity and information privacy, environmental, tax, international trade, and labor and employment Profiled firms in Forensics & Dispute Advisory include: AlixPartners; Alvarez & Marsal; The Brattle Group; Charles River Associates; Deloitte; Ernst & Young; FTI Consulting; Grant Thornton; KPMG; Kroll; Navigant; NERA; Protiviti; and PwC Plus mini-profiles of the following: Baker Tilly; BDO International; CBIZ; Control Risks; Cornerstone Research; Crow Horwath; Duff & Phelps; Experis (formerly Jefferson Wells); and RSM International About Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory A Bloomberg BNA Business Founded in 1970, Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory provides accurate and reliable market sizing and forecasts on consulting services world-wide, needs-analysis and vendor profiling for buyers of consulting services, timely and insightful intelligence on the top consulting firms in their respective markets, and operational benchmarks that measure consulting performance. Kennedy's research spans multiple service areas, client vertical industries, and geographies. Our analysts provide expert commentary at consulting industry events world-wide, and offer custom research for Management Consulting and IT Services firms. visit http://finance.yahoo.com/news/kennedy-identifies-top-consulting-firms-153200711.html











Our analysts provide expert commentary at consulting industry events world-wide, and offer custom research for Management Consulting and IT Services firms. Kennedy's advisory services provide results-oriented strategic guidance to buyers and sellers of consulting services. Our clientele consists of Fortune 500 companies and the most highly regarded professional services firms in the world. Kennedys parent company, Bloomberg BNA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bloomberg L.P., is a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information for professionals. More information is available for you at www.kennedyinfo.com/consulting . Business SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Apple Inc. said Tuesday that it sold more than $10 billion worth of apps from its online App Store in 2013. visit http://finance.yahoo.com/news/top-firms-identified-kennedy-study-130000201.html





Kennedy Identifies Top Consulting Firms in Shifting Forensics & Dispute Advisory Space





The complete survey findings were published today in the September issue of Consulting magazine. "Clearly, Bain is the profession's premier place to work," says Consulting's Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Joseph Kornik. "The numbers don't lie. For 11 straight years Bain has set the standard in terms of the consulting profession. It's simply amazing." In addition to Bain, The 2013 Best Firms to Work For list includes (in alphabetical order): Alvarez & Marsal, A.T. Kearney, The Boston Consulting Group, Capco, CapTech, Carlisle & Gallagher, Deloitte Consulting, Huron Consulting Group, Kurt Salmon, North Highland, Point B, PwC, Slalom Consulting and West Monroe Partners. visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/bain-takes-top-spot-in-consultings-best-firms-to-work-for-survey-for-the-11th-consecutive-year-2013-09-06