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5 English questions out of 5

9 September 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Morgan Business Consulting?

Pros

Great benefits; solid leadership with caring, thoughtful managers who know the DOD arena. They recruit talented people from the uniformed services or fresh out of college.

Cons

Size of company impacted by client contract limits.

Advice to Management

Targeted training and development for resolving client issues and conflict.

Great benefits; solid leadership with caring, thoughtful managers who know the DOD arena.

9 September 2021

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25 December 2020

How is management perceived at Morgan Business Consulting?

Pros

At they very least, they do recognize that there's a problem with the company culture... they hired people to fix the culture and are trying to get people to "take responsibility". Yet refuse to actually correctly identify the inexperienced management as the problem.

Cons

The Principle running the joint on the West Coast never developed those critical thinking and analytic skills because he's always been at the same company since he got out of the service, and has never worked in a GCC before. They have relied on who they know to move up the chain... which is the problem with the gov contracting world as a whole. It's all about doing the bare minimum to check the box; anyone to skilled or passionate is seen as a threat by leadership. You have to put on a dog-and-pony show since there's so much competition and melodrama in the company. You can't just wow the client-they don't care about performance on the Contract. You have to put on a show for your management. and if you refuse? they marginalize you, slowly cut you out from communication with the rest of the company, and then can you. Managers complain about there not being anyone with FMS/ SA/ SC experience, but the fact is that there are plenty, they just refuse to work for MBC. So they hire cute sales reps with no DOD experience at all. They don't care if the client is satisfied with the work or not; they just need to check the box to get government cheese and try to get more DoD contracts at any cost.

Advice to Management

Dump the Principles, most of the managers and start over?

You have to put on a show for your management.

25 December 2020

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8 April 2020

What is the company culture like at Morgan Business Consulting?

Pros

Salary and benefits are clear and as expected. Good number of open positions

Cons

The reason there are so many open positions is the culture. There are a couple re-los from DC who have clear aspirations to run the company, and they still blame-shift as needed to get where they want to go, even if it costs someone their job. Very little concern about long-term client satisfaction; 'burn-and-churn' mentality. Oh and this is only the San Diego office; I can't speak to the other locations.

The reason there are so many open positions is the culture.

8 April 2020

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6 November 2020

What are co-workers like at Morgan Business Consulting?

Pros

Work at MBC is one of the best experiences. The management staff is fantastic and my coworkers are great. There are perks and the CEO and operations officer make you feel valued.

Cons

I cannot think of any cons work at MBC.

The management staff is fantastic and my coworkers are great.

6 November 2020

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8 April 2020

What is the salary like at Morgan Business Consulting?

Pros

Salary and benefits are clear and as expected. Good number of open positions

Cons

The reason there are so many open positions is the culture. There are a couple re-los from DC who have clear aspirations to run the company, and they still blame-shift as needed to get where they want to go, even if it costs someone their job. Very little concern about long-term client satisfaction; 'burn-and-churn' mentality. Oh and this is only the San Diego office; I can't speak to the other locations.

Salary and benefits are clear and as expected.

8 April 2020

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