Managers are responsible for leading client case teams and structuring the overall analytical approaches to cases. Managers work with senior consultants in responding to lead inquiries and preparing proposals. Additionally, managers play an active role in business development and affiliate support initiatives. Managers also act as mentors and play critical roles in the development of junior consultants.
- Leading case teams to meet client and firm expectations, including designing analytical approaches from data gathering to final analysis
- Establishing and maintaining excellent client relationships; interacting with clients as respected primary deliverers of the firm’s expertise
- Managing and anticipating expectations of clients and affiliates, as well as potential criticisms of economic analyses and identifying possible responses
- Developing compelling written reports
- Demonstrating the ability to develop and manage key relationships
- Gaining expertise in multiple practice areas
- Identifying opportunities for publishing or public speaking
- Supporting senior consultants in new client development; identifying specific opportunities with existing clients
Manager candidates hold an M.B.A. or Ph.D. in economics, finance, or general business, and demonstrate relevant work experience and expertise in areas such as pricing theory, finance, industrial organization, labor economics, health economics, accounting, or econometrics.
Meet Our Managers
- “What I enjoy most is the feeling of success when I’ve figured out how to solve a puzzle presented by a case.” MeganManager, Los Angeles
- “In the end, the choice felt easy to me. Analysis Group was, and still is, the best place to develop myself.” DavidManager, Chicago
- “One of my favorite aspects of working at Analysis Group is collaborating closely with colleagues who are engaged, thoughtful, and generous about sharing their knowledge and experiences.” YaoManager, Washington, DC