- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Innosight full-time (More than 3 years)
-Opportunities to grow both core consulting and soft skills
-Great group of employees
-Able to spend most of your time solving the best types of consulting problems (Upfront strategy, capability building, and accelerating new businesses)
-As the company continues to scale leadership should be mindful of the culture built over the first 20 years
-Pay overall is fairly comparable but could be higher based on individual performance
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Innosight (Boston, MA (US)) in October 2017.
First round was on-campus; two cases with zero behavioral questions. Cases were less math-based than other consulting firms, were more about brainstorming and creatively assessing potential factors for certain products/services - it was a pretty wide-ranging discussion that was a lot less intimidating than more formal cases.
Second round was in the office and was pretty bizarre - a group interview in which several of us worked on a case together for 2.5 hours while an employee sat in the back of the room and observed, and then presented our analysis and recommendations to three employees. This interview wasn't pleasant because in a group interview one person can so take over the discussion and make it really difficult for others to get a word in edgewise, even if that vocal person's ideas aren't the best ones. Obviously this mimics working in a group setting, but in my opinion this is a good way to discover who *not* to hire rather than who to hire. After that group process, one short case-style interview in the same style as the first rounds with a senior employee.
Over the whole process, almost zero behavioral questions were asked, which felt really strange. I didn't feel like the company knew me as a person, and I didn't feel like I knew them either.