Management Consulting

Management consultants are problem solvers who help organizations solve complex business problems and drive strategic transformations. They work across industries, collaborating with clients to improve performance, streamline operations, and achieve sustainable growth.
Consultants often work in teams as either generalists or as specialists within an industry, such as healthcare or financial services, or within a function, such as human resources or technology. In this fast-paced environment, you will apply your analytical skills, strategic thinking, and business knowledge to tackle diverse challenges. The industry offers a stimulating and collaborative work environment, exposure to top-level executives, and opportunities for professional growth. With each project, you will gain valuable experience and build a versatile skill set that can open doors to a wide range of industries and sectors. Management consultants can also work within internal consulting groups within a large corporation.
The Feld Center’s Industry Relations Management (lRM) team is focused on building and managing industry/employer partnerships to expand management consulting opportunities for Questrom students. The team also works to bring relevant industry information to all students including the consolidated resources on this page as well as targeted events like Consulting Summer Camp, Consulting 101, and Case Interview Bootcamp.
If you thrive in a dynamic, intellectually stimulating, and client-facing role, a career in management consulting can be your gateway to a fulfilling and impactful professional journey.

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