Accenture Careers News in the United StatesAs a potential recruit, you may want to find out about the latest news at Accenture - from featured career opportunities to major public announcements and insights into some of the fascinating programs our people are involved in, both inside and outside the company. Or you might just want to hear about the fun and interesting people who could be your new colleagues.
Ten things to do before starting as a new analyst at Accenture
The transition from college to a full-time job is an exciting step in your career journey. Lucas Chapin, a Business Analyst with Accenture’s Management Consulting Development Program, has gathered input from Accenture colleagues, added his own experiences and created a list of things to consider before starting your career as a new analyst.
Read his post on the Consulting Careers Blog to find out what he recommends.
Accenture Management Consulting U.S. Innovation Challenge offers students the opportunity to make a positive impact
Case competitions are a great way for undergraduate and advanced degree students to apply strategic thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills to a consulting challenge. This year, Accenture Management Consulting (AMC) campus teams across the United States invited students to take part in the AMC U.S. Innovation Challenge. The goal: to make a positive impact by developing possible solutions for key business questions put forward by two national nonprofit partners.
Accenture’s Carl Salazar forms foundation to assist military veterans, extends efforts to Accenture employees
For more than a decade, Carl served his country as an officer with the United States Navy. Today, as the founder of Expedition Balance, he continues his service to the military by helping veterans manage stress and live fuller lives.
Accenture alum, Chris Sarcletti, shares international culture, one bite at a time
A global traveler (thanks in part to his days at Accenture), alumnus Chris Sarcletti thoughtfully and deliciously captures his around-the-world dining adventures in his new book See, Live, Eat: Globetrotting with a Fork and a Conscience.
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Accenture “Captures the Value of Now” at Mobile World Congress 2013
Accenture displayed its innovative prowess at the Mobile World Congress 2013 by demonstrating how companies can meet their customers’ expectations of “anything immediately” with capabilities designed for a real-time world of data and ongoing innovation.
Extreme adventurer Paul Gurney takes on the Fire & Ice Challenge
Accenture Senior Manager Paul Gurney pushes himself to the limit in everything he does. His latest challenge: attempting to become only the third person in the world to race 600 kilometers (379 miles) to the North Pole and run the 260-kilometer (161.5-mile) Marathon Des Sables Sahara Desert race within one year.
Accenture Outlook: IT Governance -- Spinning into control
In our latest Outlook report, Saideep Raj, Jack Sepple and Leslie Willcocks examine both the growing difficulties IT executives face as IT governance changes and the new set of capabilities needed to keep the process from spinning out of control.