Tech employees internationally mobile

Research by BCG and TotalJobs found that tech employees are more willing than non-tech employees to move overseas.

Whilst London is still the number one location for tech employees, the greater international mobility of this group means that employers still need to work hard to attract, engage and retain the best talent in the market…



How to excel at both Strategy & Execution

An useful summary reminder from Forbes…


McKinsey Partner to chair Teach First

Dame Vivian Hunt, managing partner of consultancy McKinsey & Company in the UK and Ireland, will succeed Paul Dreschler as Chair of the Trustees at Teach First, the teacher training charity.

Dame Vivian has been named as one of the top 10 most influential black people in Britain by the Powerlist Foundation, and the Financial Times recently identified her as one of the 30 most influential people in the City of London.


Confirmation that Tech firms are scooping up MBAs

The tech sector has been growing in popularity with MBAs for sometime now. Stats from business schools around the world show that the tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft are hiring large numbers of MBAs, pulling graduates away from the broader spread of industry sectors seen in the past. Even other industry sectors like insurance and finance are hiring MBAs into the strategically important tech divisions.

Here is some analysis of where the MBA classes of 2015 ended up…


Parthenon EY France acquires OC&C France

Having recently lost part of it’s senior team to Parthenon-EY, OC&C’s French arm has now joined Parthenon-EY, following in the fiitsteps of its Benelux operation which joined last year.

The move sees the OC&C team of 7 Partners and 45 employees join the business.