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CONSULTING 101: What do consultants do? (spoof video)

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Directed & Edited by: Annie Lukowski (www.WorkingBug.com) (www.AnnieLukowski.com) Written by: Kristin Wald Cast: Boss (Herman): Matt Corboy Jay Ellis Kristin Wald Daved Wilkins Emily Churchill Frank Martinelli Kay Wilson Janet Cao Missy Patterson
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ninuxy (1 month ago)
I have heard every single phrase dozens of times over many projects. Gosh this is just a projectile of flummeries people spit in the meetings, and I end up doing all the work.
ElectroIsMyMusic (5 months ago)
hahahaha this was hilarious xD
Caporegime (9 months ago)
I’m a graduate at KPMG
Kenneth Sumerford (11 months ago)
Plan the work and work the plan. Get to the bottom line. Ah, sounds good and so much nonsense.
Alina Hanazawa (1 year ago)
Is this English?
alter3go (1 year ago)
No TPS reports?
BIG GEE (1 year ago)
LOL! The classics never die.
Robert Larson (1 year ago)
OMG that is so funny!
doge (2 years ago)
Haha, I interned at Accenture, I remember all of these buzzwords!
_Gerard Irvine (1 year ago)
doge (2 years ago)
long enough... it was a summer internship so long 3 months
Gawd Stockton (2 years ago)
How long were you at Accenture?
lesnyk255 (2 years ago)
This is like every corporate "communications meeting" we peons had to suffer through - listening to these self-important little martinets trying to talk like their bosses in hopes they'd be noticed and moved up a notch in the food chain. I didn't hear "deep dive", "strategic pillars", or "core competencies" in this little vignette, but maybe that's just because I was having a flashback to the workplace and blocked it out.
Rupendra Sharma (2 years ago)
i am using this jargon in my interview today
desmond price (2 years ago)
A little bit funny and a big bit depressing. These people are costing us millions.
Crystal Guo (2 years ago)
Lol is it depressing or not if I kinda understand most of it
Archer Buckhout (1 year ago)
Yes, and also yes
Michelle G (2 years ago)
Depressing. I'm a former consultant and I understand all of it. :/
Murray Saucedo (3 years ago)
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dokabenmonth (3 years ago)
Every people on Quora ever.
onee (1 year ago)
Dávid B.Horváth Lol, wtf is wrong with you.
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Wolfgang Icarus (6 years ago)
wuuuuuuuuuuuuuauuuuuuut? Guess I will keep flipping burgers
Elizabeth J. Carlisle (6 years ago)
Haha!!! Love this!