Oresys vous invite à un after work le 12 avril 2017 de 17h30 à 19h00 EPFL - CM 1104
Les métiers du conseil
Vous avez probablement déjà entendu parler des métiers du conseil, mais il est parfois difficile de s’y retrouver dans le positionnement des différents acteurs du marché, et de comprendre concrètement le rôle d’un consultant sur une mission.
De quoi allons-nous parler ?
Nous vous proposons d’échanger autour des métiers du conseil de manière collaborative et participative. Nous pourrons aborder les multiples facettes de ce métier passionnant en répondant à différentes questions, telles que :
Suis-je fais pour le conseil ?
En quoi consiste le métier de consultant ?
Quels sont les différents types de conseil ?
Oresys est un cabinet de conseil indépendant créé en 1981, acteur majeur du conseil en management, organisation et systèmes d’information et dont le cœur de métier est d’accompagner ses clients sur leurs projets de transformation, de les aider à piloter leurs activités et à améliorer leur performance. Oresys est présent dans plusieurs villes en France, ainsi qu’à Lausanne.
Cet événement sera présenté par : Ohad BAREL, Manager d'Oresys, responsable de l'agence de Lausanne Anna SCHNEPP, et Maurin BAILLIF, consultants Oresys, diplômés de l'EPFL.
La participation est libre, mais à des fins d'organisation, prière de vous inscrire.
"Tune your Career" June 22-24, 2017 Red Bull Ring, Austria Closing date for applications: May 25, 2017
On behalf of the international top management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, we would like to invite PhD and MBA students and excellent postgraduate students to our upcoming event entitled "Tune your Career".
The event will take place June 22-24, 2017 at the race track Red Bull Ring in Austria, and will give participants the opportunity to familiarise themselves with McKinsey'sOperations Practice in a relaxed environment. The focus will be on operational topics, but participants will also have the opportunity to put their driving skills to the test on the Red Bull racing circuit. We are looking for individuals who have already gained a good knowledge in operations and who enjoy developing visions and approaching problem-solving via unconventional methods.
Applicants submitting the most promising CVs will be invited to the 3-day workshop along with other participants from top universities across Europe.
The closing date for applications is May 25, 2017.
Candidates should apply via the "Tune your Career" website: https://tune.mckinsey.com/
We would like to invite you to the upcoming Accenture Technology Vision 2017 event „Technology by people for people“. Meet Accenture consultants and find out more about the emerging IT devolpments that will have the greatest impact on companies, government agencies and other organizations in the next three to five years. The event is open to all EPFL students and staff.
Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries and all business functions – underpinned by the world’s largest delivery network – Accenture works at the intersection of business and technology to help clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders. With approximately 394,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture drives innovation to improve the way the world works and lives.
The presentation will be followed by an apéro during which you will have the opportunity to network with your potential future colleagues and find out more about your carreer at Accenture.
Date: Wednesday, April 5 2017 Time: 17:30 – 20:00 Location: EPFL, Room BC 420, Route Cantonale, 1015 Lausanne Registration: Please register by filling out this form by Monday, April 3
The Consulting Society is pleased to invite you to its yearly Round Table event taking place on the 23rd of March (Thursday), starting from 6:30pm in Auditorium ELA 1. There will be a free networking apéro offered after the event!
Have a broader interest than science and engineering?
Curious to know more about what consultants actually do on a daily basis and the kind of projects they work on?
Want to know what it takes to work in management consulting?
Four EPFL alumni present you examples of real projects they worked on!
This Round Table will allow you to get real insights into the work of consultants and the diverse projects they work on. Successful EPFL alumni working in prestigious consulting firms will share their experience and talk about real projects they participated in and their specific personal contributions to them.
Boston Consulting Group
Karim Besseghir (Consultant)
Project: "Healthcare in emerging economies - a project for the World Economic Forum"
Franck Youssef (Consultant in Information Security)
Project: "Cloud Transformation in the Financial Sector"
Project: "Plausibility evaluation of business assumptions for a public company"
Open Web Technology
Elias Mirza (Senior Consultant in Digital Strategy)
Project: "Digital Transformation in the Private Aviation Industry"
This event will allow you to get real insights into how consultants work. The participating consultants will briefly introduce their academic background, their firm and will present in detail a project they worked on.
A time for you to ask questions will be allocated. We invite you to collaborate as much as possible. This will allow a livelier and more interesting discussion.
Following this, The Consulting Society and the participating companies will offer you an apéro. You are welcome to join and encouraged to take this opportunity to network and discuss with the participants.
On behalf of McKinsey&Company, we invite you to apply to the DIVE workshop, a three-day immersion in the consulting world in Amsterdam on May 5 - 7 2017.
DIVE, the Swiss office flagship event of McKinsey&Company, is taking place in Amsterdam from May 5 - 7. They are inviting non-business students working towards a Bachelors, Masters or PhD within Swiss Universities to apply for an exclusive three-day workshopto learn more about life as a consultant at McKinsey. Participants will have the opportunity to travel to Amsterdam with their team, they will be split up into teams and asked to solve a bio-fuels case. In addition, an exciting leisure program to facilitate networking & team building is also planned.
TCS Workshop Supply Chain Management: An Introduction March 16, 2017 at 18:30
The Consulting Society is organizing an introductory workshop about Supply Chain Management this Thursday! The talk will be given by Mervé Kirci, an EPFL PhD candidate who works in the field of Technology and Operation Management.
Topics covered will include: - What is Supply Chain Management? - Types of supply chains - Decision phases in supply chains - Performance drivers - (Real life) examples
Come and join us on March 16, 2017 (this Thursday) in CM 1 120 at 18:30 and learn something new from the business world! The workshop is free of charge and open to all EPFL & UNIL students and staff.
Registration is not necessary, but we would be grateful if you let us know how many of you to expect by filling in this form.
On behalf on McKinsey&Company, we are happy to invite women to register to the next McKinsey women specific event "Tasty career opportunities" which will take place at Katrepices, Geneva on April 28, 2017. The idea of this event is to give you the opportunity to learn more about McKinsey & consulting in an informal setting.
When: Friday April 28, 2017 from 17:00 - 19:00 Where: Place de la Synagogue 1, 1204 Geneva Deadline: please register by April 16, 2017 directly on McKinsey website
On behalf of McKinsey&Company, we would like to invite you to a chat with McKinsey consultants from similar academic backgrounds about the ways you can apply your skills to management consulting.
McKinsey&Company is looking for talented problem solvers to help them work on the challenges that companies in different industries are facing. They need people who understand how complex structures fit together, who bring quantitative skills, and who can apply analytical reasoning. That’s why they are constantly on the lookout for recruits with an engineering and science background.
When: March 9, 2017 from 18.30 - 20.30 Where: Jazz Café, in the Artlab, Place Cosandey, 1015 Lausanne Registration: Please register on www.mckinsey.com/problem-solvers by March 2nd, 2017
On behalf of the consulting firm IPros we invite you to the event: Digital transformation: what consequences for SMEs / SMIs on March 6, 2017. It will start at 17:30 in the Odyssean building and will be followed by drinks and a buffet dinner.
Please note: This conference will be bilingual (French and English).
Participation is free, but registration is required. To sign up, please send an email to Mme Christiane Wahl: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please see the attached document.
On behalf of McKinsey&Company we invite to apply for the Next Generation Women Leaders Award 2017.
They are looking for women who who enjoy problem solving and creative thinking, who thrive when working with other people and who actively seek ways to maximize their own potential. If you think that defines you just apply for this fantastic opportunity!
Winners will be awarded:
2,000 Euros (or equivalent in local currency)
Individual mentorship from McKinsey consultants
Guaranteed invite to selected McKinsey events
One of our members, Erica Pezzica, won the award last year and now is a business analyst at Mckinsey in Milan. From TheConsultingSociety we contacted her to encourage our female members to apply:
When I first heard about the Next Generation Women Leaders Award I was attending a workshop organized by TheConsultingSociety@EPFL. I decided to apply more to challenge myself than to actually get it, as I was initially thinking of McKinsey as something far from my engineering world.
I ended up not only winning the Award but I also was invited to attend the interview process and eventually received an offer to join the firm as Business Analyst. I would like to encourage all the engineering girls to apply, as participating might be a turnaround point of life and the chance of discovering that women can thrive in the consulting world.
So now it's your turn: you already have talent, logics and numerics by your side... will you take the challenge?
Application deadline: March 6, 2017.
More info: https://next-generation-women.mckinsey.com/