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...and high potential in.


Problem solving






Dedication to
achieving results

Our interview

We are looking for creative problem solvers
who structure their thoughts to reach sensible conclusions.

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Business case

One of the best ways to test these skills – as neither set academic qualifications nor backgrounds teach this – is to use a business case to see how you structure a problem solving.

A business case is the description of a problem faced by a company. It is usually drawn from the interviewer’s experience as a consultant.

In particular we look for:

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Business Analyst

As a Business Analyst you’ll participate in project activities by developing quantitative analyses and finding information from internal and external sources.

You will, of course, attend client meetings, giving you early exposure to the total end-to-end project, and we do expect you to add personal value to all the tasks assigned you. You’ll never be alone, though: you will be coached on the job by senior colleagues and you’ll attend training both locally and globally in problem structuring, communication skills and database analysis.

Micol Jarac

Micol Jarac
Business Analyst
Milan Office

You joined the firm straight from University? why did you choose Value Partners over other consultancies?

When I graduated from University I was convinced I wanted to start my career in the management consulting sector: it gives the chance to be exposed to a wide variety of experiences, offering constant opportunities of learning and developing. I started the interview process with different firms, but in Value Partners I felt a different atmosphere already from my first interview. The people were challenging, intelligent, ambitious, structured and, at the same time, showed an open, kind and easy-going approach that gave the firm a friendly and informal character.


As an Associate you will continue to develop quantitative analyses but you’ll also contribute to the problem structuring process, you’ll take responsibility over one area of the project – and, most importantly, over the recommendations linked to this area – and you’ll supervise your more junior colleagues.

You will, of course, attend client meetings, giving you early exposure to the total end-to-end project, and we do expect you to add personal value to all the tasks assigned you. You’ll never be alone, though: you will be coached on the job by senior colleagues and you’ll attend training both locally and globally in problem structuring, communication skills and database analysis.

Lisa Longoni

Lisa Longoni
Milan Office

What training courses have you attended since you joined the firm – and what was the best thing about them?

I have attended several training courses, including Communication, Problem Solving and Operational Office tools. For my last training I travelled to Milan and met up with my peers from the global offices: we spent one week working on Consulting skills, as well as getting to know each other and sharing experiences. The course improved both my analytical and interpersonal skills. The best thing is that we get to look at our job from a different perspective and focus on how to be more efficient, individually and as a group. It really contributes to our development as a consultant.

Engagement Manager

As an Engagement Manager you will have responsibility for managing a project and the team.

You will own the client’s problem and you will play a pivotal role within the team amongst the Senior Manager / Principal and the client. You’ll have to manage the trade-off between the day-to-day details of the project and the wider picture of the client relationship. You will work closely with the client’s middle management and your relationship, problem solving, project management and motivational skills will be key, as you are responsible to deliver quality results and ensure that your project has a tangible and sustainable impact on the client’s business.

Luca Moretti

Luca Moretti
Engagement Manager
Milan Office

What is the most important thing you have learnt while working for Value Partners?

“One of the most important things I’ve learnt working for Value Partners is sharing my ideas and being open-minded to different points of view. As we work within strong teams of intellectually stimulated professionals, who are driven by the challenge of problem solving, we always discuss and share our thoughts exploring different, yet creative, solutions to the issues on hand. To me, this is the core of consulting; no right or wrong answer, but rather a process of continuous learning and growth through open discussions and sharing of knowledge and expertise to find the best answer.”

Senior Engagement Manager

As a Senior Engagement Manager you will be expected to manage more than one project at a time.

In addition, we will ask you to work on two further areas: to focus on the liaison with the client’s top management so to be recognised as a thought leader and trusted advisor; and to contribute to the strategy and development of our practices. Client development will be your main area of assessment. You will also play a significant role coaching and mentoring more junior colleagues.

Guido Jung

Guido Jung
Senior Engagement Manager
Milan Office

Why Value Partners?

Value Partners is a family of highly skilled professionals in the management consulting industry. In serving our clients, large multinationals in various business sectors, we simultaneously strive for excellence in client delivery and maintain a collaborative approach internally.
Besides, Value Partners is a very agile and flexible organization, that cares about its people and their professional development. Thanks to Value Partners I had the chance to work in 6 different countries in less than 8 years, contributing to the development of 3 of its offices worldwide.
Finally, Value Partners gave me the opportunity to express my potential from the early stages of my careers, allowing me to support my senior colleagues in their work and giving me new challenges every day of my professional life.


Successful Senior Engagement Managers are promoted to Principal once they prove that clients look to them as trusted advisors who can deliver significant and sustainable impact with the projects they lead and the relationship they have established.

Principals are expected to lead client development and to embody our firm’s values and approach – also when dealing with more junior colleagues. Principals also generally have internal responsibilities, that require active participation, be they sitting in the People Development Committee, heading a Practice, or working on Recruiting activities.

Alessandro Barmettler

Alessandro Barmettler
Milan Office

What relationships does Value Partners establish with clients?

We are positioned as the real ‘business partner’ of existing or potential clients in the markets, industries and countries we operate.We don’t provide consultancy or reports, instead we provide solutions to improve the clients’ business lifecycle. Value Partners is focused to customize these solutions through a deep understanding of the clients’ existing profile, harmonizing it with the required vision and future proposition, and preparing the clients’ to the next decade.


Directors are senior Partners who have established lasting relationships of trust with the top management of client companies.

They oversee the work of a number of Partners and are often appointed to manage a group of offices in a given geographical area. They carry on with client introduction responsibilities and provide significant contributions to internal committees and initiatives.

Sebastiano Rocca

Sebastiano Rocca
Milan Office

What makes Value Partners different from other consulting firms?

There are many things that make us different, although one aspect of Value Partners of which I am particularly proud is that we have created a firm focused on achieving client impact and results via strong team-work. New joiners from other firms immediately remark on our environment: collaboration between peers is genuine and void of competition, as we have purposefully kept hierarchy and bureaucracy to a minimum. At Value Partners you are in charge of your career, and all those around you will help you succeed be you junior or Partner.

At Value Partners your career path will be based exclusively on merit: there is the opportunity to fast track and make it varied.

Our people are outstanding problem solvers, and to foster this skills we ensure that your professional development is enriched by experience in a variety of countries, disciplines and lines of business.

The three pillars of your growth are our accurate staffing policies, the structured appraisal process, and the global training offer.

You’ll be offered, over the medium term, the opportunity to work on projects which are:

  • Varied by geographical area / industry / function
  • Instrumental to your professional development
  • Compatible, whenever possible, with your expressed interests and any significant personal commitment

Our client base is global and we have a cross-office staffing policy: this means that you will have the opportunity to not only travel locally but to also work on international projects generated by our offices around the world. We believe that international and diverse teams enrich both team members’experiences and the relationship we create with our clients.

You’ll be evaluated at the end of every project by the project manager you’ve worked with, and also twice a year in structured appraisal meetings with all the partners. Each consultant is assigned a Development Leader who acts as a mentor during your career. Promotions are on the basis of personal merit and the contribution made to the firm. Our junior people are assessed on the following skills:

  • Problem-solving capability
  • Teamwork
  • Interaction with the client
  • Communication skills

From the very start of your career here, we’ll also assess your leadership qualities, and the drive and energy you demonstrate while working with your colleagues and with clients.

The training and professional development of our consultants is a priority at all levels. Although an important part comes from on the job coaching, our consultants take part in global and local training courses to develop and strengthen their professional skills (problem structuring, engagement management, client relationship skills etc). These global professional skills training courses have two main objectives: to ensure that we support you throughout your career and to allow you to meet and share your experiences with peers from other international offices. Global training is fun and it is an opportunity to make long lasting friendships with colleagues from around the world.

Our trainers are an interesting mix of people with a variety of international backgrounds and experiences.

One year with us

450 Analysis carried out
23 Presentations with Ceos
15 Trainings
176 New Linkedin contacts
15K Km Travelled
72 Flights
158 Hotels Nights
3 Continents