The thing is that these leaders represent our firm, manage our firm, and control our collective destinies. They also rig the elections. And they then tout, continuously, the importance of the “Sense of Partnership.” The truth is that Deloitte is not run like a partnership. Yes, the partners have capital at risk, we are owners of the “Firm.” But, we are not appropriately represented. We lack a true collective voice. We keep quiet for the “good of the Firm.” And, we are now going to embark on a new “BOLD LEADERSHIP” move that is being done to passify all the various interests of our firm (Consulting, Audit and Tax). The thing is – we don’t attempt to have our partners select the BEST leaders – but simply the leaders that a select few believe fit a set of criteria that are BEST for us ignorant partners.
It stands to reason that lots of Deloitte partners still feel this way, but I’m surprised that more leaks haven’t occurred since the WSJ story. Maybe they figure that that one story was enough to wake the firm’s board up, dunno. People in the know should speak up.
“We keep quiet for the good of the firm” is so true at Deloitte.
I wonder if that ‘keep quiet’ culture is also how the recent sexual assault allegation was ‘covered up’.
Any guesses on who the “senior NY partner in his 40s who no longer travels to Bermuda” is?
I think a lot of D. women are trying to guess now. But there are, what, 3,000 people at Deloitte in NYC? I bet the women who work with him know, unfortunately.