See to Be: Takeaways from WMP Seattle’s Women’s Networking Event

See to Be: Takeaways from WMP Seattle’s Women’s Networking Event

A year after the film Hidden Figures brought attention to the role of female “computers” during the Space Race, Lego launched its latest crowd-sourced set, the Women of NASA. Four extraordinary space heroes—Nancy Grace Roman, Margaret Hamilton, Sally Ride, and Mae Jemison—will be memorialized in one of our culture’s highest honors, a Lego mini-figurine.…

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Stepping into the World of Consulting: Do’s and Don’ts

Stepping into the World of Consulting: Do’s and Don’ts

Making the transition from college student to full-time consultant is a completely new challenge. You will join projects where you are expected to analyze, problem-solve, and communicate solutions in a clear, coherent manner. The switch to consulting will take time to get used to, but luckily in our first few months as consultants we have been expertly guided by others who have gone through...

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Leading a Charity Committee Made Me a Better Consultant

Leading a Charity Committee Made Me a Better Consultant

Over the course of 8 months one experienced consultant led a team to execute West Monroe’s most successful charity golf outing to date. West Monroe has a long-standing commitment to “doing good” in the communities in which we work. One shining example is our annual charity golf outing. Now wrapping up its 8th year, the outing hosts over 120 golfers and volunteers for a day on the links in...

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Coffee & Change, Episode 8: Managing Change in Community and Economic Development in Ukraine

Coffee & Change, Episode 8: Managing Change in Community and Economic Development in Ukraine

On this special episode of Coffee and Change Bill Kirst, our organizational change management lead, speaks with Roman Oleksenko, a project manager with Peace Corps Ukraine who leads community and economic development projects. They discuss the changing field of community and economic development, specifically through the lens of Peace Corps and its mission in Ukraine.…

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Conversations on the Power of Inclusion: Celebrating Ramadan as a Team

Conversations on the Power of Inclusion: Celebrating Ramadan as a Team

Each year, over a billion Muslims participate in the month of Ramadan, where they fast from sunrise to sunset. During this time, Muslims refrain from putting anything in their bodies in order to eliminate distractions to focus on giving back to the community and ultimately work towards becoming the best possible version of themselves.…

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Living the Entrepreneurial Dream: Celebrating 15 Years in Business

Living the Entrepreneurial Dream: Celebrating 15 Years in Business

  One of America’s finest defining characteristics is our longstanding history and tradition of entrepreneurship: Going out on your own. Hanging out a shingle. Taking the risk to start something new. That is exactly what Dean Fischer, Susan Stelter, Matt Rager and I did, 15 years ago. With a clean slate and no clients, we met at Miller’s Pub in Chicago.…

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Ben Snyder’s Challenge Accepted Moment

Ben Snyder’s Challenge Accepted Moment

Each month we highlight a different Dare to be Great employee who embodies the Uncommon Blend or Challenge Accepted attitude that makes West Monroe Partners and everyone that works here so unique! This month, meet Ben Snyder, a Manager in our Customer Experience practice, based in Chicago. How did you get started at West Monroe?…

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Five Pieces of Advice I’m Taking from my Internship

Five Pieces of Advice I’m Taking from my Internship

After two and a half months as an intern on the Technology and Advanced Analytics team at West Monroe’s Seattle office, I’m taking a lot of advice with me back to school this fall. This experience taught me much more than what I could discuss in a single blog post, and I’m confident the skills I learned this summer will help me as I complete my final year of school and move on to the working...

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West Monroe Partners Gives Wishes Wings

West Monroe Partners Gives Wishes Wings

West Monroe Partner’s culture supports the concept of work-life integration. We are encouraged to bring our full selves to work by incorporating what we love into our daily work routine. Our leaders also teach us the invaluable lesson that we are a better asset at work if we make time for the things that recharge us outside the office.…

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Ragan White’s Challenge Accepted Moment

Ragan White’s Challenge Accepted Moment

Each month we highlight a different Dare to be Great employee who embodies the Uncommon Blend or Challenge Accepted attitude that makes West Monroe Partners and everyone that works here so unique! This month, meet Ragan White, a Manager in West Monroe’s Banking practice, based in Seattle. How did you get started at West Monroe?  …

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A Conversation on Inclusion & Diversity, Part 2: Building a Unified Team in a Merger or Acquisition

A Conversation on Inclusion & Diversity, Part 2: Building a Unified Team in a Merger or Acquisition

This year, in an effort to be transparent about the journey we are undertaking to strengthen our culture of inclusion with both our employees and external stakeholders – our clients and neighbors in the communities where we live and work – we are publishing a series of articles to create an open dialog about inclusion and diversity.…

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