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Working for one of the big 4 consulting firms has its benefits, but there is also a dark side. Here are the things you should know before hiring a large firm or embarking on a consulting career with one of the big consulting firms or systems integrators (Deloitte, Accenture, EY, Capgemini, PwC, IBM, etc.).

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6 comments

Chandra Sekhar 25/12/2021 - 7:22 Chiều

I hope the customers can smell the coffee and wake up to the misdeeds of the deadly colluding duo

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Irene A 25/12/2021 - 7:22 Chiều

The landscape has started changing, more companies have started hiring their own consultants as part of their project team to do most of the job during the implementation in order to save cost. Great content…thanks

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amit sehgal 25/12/2021 - 7:22 Chiều

Why are u hiding Eric..that is u urself

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AMEEN POWERMAX 25/12/2021 - 7:22 Chiều

I guess that in any business project you must take the seller's/supplier's advice with a grain of salt.
your best trusted factors are
1/ third party consultants, QC inspectors or whatever depending on the kind of industry
2/ your team/personal knowledge and experience
otherwise you are inevitably heading to a complete disaster

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Pete Loughlin 25/12/2021 - 7:22 Chiều

If all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.

This confession shouldn't come as a surprise however the scale of the dishonesty that the mystery consultant describes is quite disappointing. Everyone has vested interests and bias should be factored into decisions but the integrity of the consulting firm and the individuals engaged should be assessed before appointing an SI. I think Eric has made this point in other videos, don't outsource a digital transformation in it's entirety. Retain leadership and control and try to remain in a position to be able to fire the SI if you need to.

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Valentina And Amellion Ways 25/12/2021 - 7:22 Chiều

Yes, this is very accurate. The sad part as a client I can smell the BS from most of the consultants. I appreciate the content of your channel.

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