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Our people

A talent pool with a track record of nurturing future leaders.

One of our top priorities is to accelerate the professional development of our consultants. We provide high impact trainings to keep up to speed in the fast-moving environment of management consulting in the tech industry. Continuous feedback and guidance is provided by dedicated mentors to ensure our consultants get the most out of project experiences, and to ensure that everyone can be at their best.

To help our consultants achieve maximum impact in a global context, we work actively to expose our them to different clients in new geographies.

 

Rafael

Rafael, Associate Principal, says:

The relationships with senior stakeholders that you build over time are long-lasting and very helpful as your career progresses either within SPP or in a line role. I almost feel like I now have multiple mentors in many different parts of the organization.
Amanda

Amanda, Business Analyst

During my time here, I've been exposed to a great variety of projects and worked in many different teams. In each engagement I've developed in a specific way: in some I learned to master Excel and other "hard" skills; in others I learned about group dynamics and influencing stakeholders to maximize impact.

Education and previous experience

KTH Royal Institute of Technology: Master in Industrial Engineering and Management

How have you developed during your time at SPP?

During my time here, I've been exposed to a great variety of projects and worked in many different teams. In each engagement I've developed in a specific way: in some I learned to master Excel and other "hard" skills; in others I learned about group dynamics and influencing stakeholders to maximize impact. The greatest source of learning has actually been the clients themselves – seeing them work and interact in the corporate structure has taught me a lot about leadership and getting things done.

In which countries have you done assignments so far?

I got the opportunity to spend two months in Texas on an assignment with our SPP colleagues based in the Dallas office, where I experienced the stark cultural differences I think are important to have an appreciation for in a large multinational company like Ericsson. "Howdy" might work in Texas but definitely won't in Tokyo.


Jingwei

Jingwei, Engagement Manager

Ericsson truly represents the cutting edge of technology. I have worked with everything from next generation mobile infrastructure, to cloud solutions, and even networked cars.

Education and previous experience

MIT Sloan School of Management: MBA; 4 years of previous experience at Bain in Boston and Shanghai

What do you think defines your role at Ericsson?

Ericsson truly represents the cutting edge of technology. I have worked with everything from next generation mobile infrastructure, to cloud solutions, and even networked cars.

What has been your most interesting project so far?

I was part of a project that investigated how to boost value in software services through value-based pricing. I got the opportunity to lead the client's team through the process of transforming their pricing structure, which I think was a strong learning experience for me. Previously, I had led smaller SPP teams, but now I got to engage with a much broader set of personality types and work through roadblocks to make change happen. The new model is now being rolled out across Ericsson's 10 regions, which is really satisfying.


Carl

Carl, Managing Principal

I thought the idea of taking on some of the key challenges that Ericsson's top management is facing, while working in a management consulting setting, was a really enticing prospect.

Education and previous experience

Stockholm School of Economics, 6 years of previous experience at Bain in Stockholm and San Francisco.

What attracted you to SPP?

I thought the idea of taking on some of the key challenges that Ericsson's top management is facing, while working in a management consulting setting, was a really enticing prospect. I also saw this as a great way to build a network across Ericsson and to experience the whole of Ericsson Group – both geographically as well as functionally. The journey so far has definitively delivered on my expectations and surprised me many times.

How have you seen the group evolve over the years?

SPP has grown from just a handful of gifted management consultants some 10 years ago, to become one of the largest in-house management consulting units globally with 50+ professionals. I believe that this is a testament to the value that SPP brings to the Ericsson Group. I have seen us deepen and broaden our relationships with Ericsson top management, develop in-house expertise and methodologies, and grow a talented and diverse team. All the while maintaining a unique and vibrant culture.


Life at SPP: Collaboration & diversity is at the heart of how we work

We believe that a group of highly motivated consultants works best in a collaborative environment with strong diversity. Our consultants represent a wide variety of personal and professional backgrounds, and numerous nationalities. Mutual respect and teamwork are our core tenets, while we maintain a highly meritocratic culture. All this while not forgetting to have fun along the way.

David

David, Head of SPP, says:

At SPP we strive to consistently deliver the highest value to Ericsson and our clients, while maintaining a collaborative and fun environment.

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