The Imperfect Work-Life Balance

The Imperfect Work-Life Balance

How do we serve clients, ourselves and those that matter most?  At each of life’s stages, we are given choices – deciding how we spend our time, when and where we choose to invest in ourselves, how we build and rely upon our network of family and friends.  Although these choices are never easy, they often come up quickly and force you into a decision that will pivot the trajectory of your...

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The Best of Both Worlds

The Best of Both Worlds

When someone accepts an offer to join West Monroe Partners, we use the phrase “Challenge Accepted”. Not because we plan to work them mercilessly, but because the expectations at West Monroe are different.  We do impactful work and solve our clients’ biggest problems. At the same time, as an employee owned company, our people are expected to take ownership of their careers as well as the...

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The Goldilocks of Consulting Firms

The Goldilocks of Consulting Firms

To celebrate achieving top honors in the “Best Places to Work in LA” awards produced by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Manager Grady Ha describes what he values most about working for West Monroe LA.  Whenever the subject of work and life come together, there is always the mention of a balance, and the subsequent question of “where do you see yourself.” Having spent my entire career as a...

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Honoring West Monroe’s Veterans During National Military Appreciation Month

Honoring West Monroe’s Veterans During National Military Appreciation Month

May is National Military Appreciation Month, an opportunity to salute our nation’s military branches and continue to honor those who have served over the many years. In that spirit, this month we recognized our fellow West Monroe team members who have been in the Armed Forces.  Bill Kirst Office: Seattle Level: Senior Manager Practice: Operations Excellence, OCM Bill served as an Officer...

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Fischer Fellowship Reflections, Part 2: My Work on the Ground in Nepal

Fischer Fellowship Reflections, Part 2: My Work on the Ground in Nepal

In my last post, I described how I became involved with the Women’s Protection Center in Nepal and how the opportunity to serve this group through West Monroe’s Fischer Fellowship was born. In this post, I’ll discuss how I supported the team in Nepal and the impact we created. Once I arrived in Nepal and began working in the WPC I quickly found my spot on the team, first implementing box.com...

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Fischer Fellowship Reflections, Part 1: My Journey to Nepal

Fischer Fellowship Reflections, Part 1: My Journey to Nepal

I can’t believe it’s now been a year since I was selected for the Fischer Fellowship. West Monroe’s Fischer Fellowship supports employees’ philanthropic and humanitarian interests with an extended three to six month compensated leave. Around this time last year I was anxiously awaiting the outcome of my interview with our Fellowship Board, hopeful that I would be able to execute...

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Benefits of Corporate Higher Education Collaboration

Benefits of Corporate Higher Education Collaboration

Company capstone project sponsorship often brings many benefits not only for students and schools, but for the sponsor company as well.  Last year, West Monroe Partners partnered with Indiana University’s MSIS program to take on one such capstone project. The project involved developing a predictive model to track and monitor the estimated stress levels across the firm at a consultant, client...

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West Monroe Partners: A Community for the Community

There are many reasons to join West Monroe Partners. The people are extraordinarily friendly, helpful and just cool. It’s a young, rapidly growing company taking on interesting projects. The compensation and benefits are great. The location in downtown Chicago is fantastic. All of these things drew me in and joining West Monroe was the right choice for me.…

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