Learn & Develop

“TASC-Wise” - A weekly collaborative learning meetup

The entire company gathers on Thursday afternoons to hear a variety of lectures:

Collaborative Learning and Knowledge Sharing- following each project completion, each team introduces the project, lessons learned, introduction to markets, and methodologies.

Guest Lectures (industry professionals) in All Practices- CEOs, Business Executives, and specialists in various disciplines.

“The wise time on Thursdays is part of what I enjoy most about TASC.”

Professional Development All the Way

In TASC we believe that you learn best by both being a student and a teacher, a trainer and a trainee.

TASC’s Bootcamp– a skill-specific training program for junior consultants. The program includes all the skills and information a young consultant at TASC needs and is accompanied by senior consultants.

Role-Specific Offsite Workshops:

  • The TASC Way: Where junior consultants learn the basic methodological framework used in TASC. By analyzing a real-life business case and simulating the entire actual project lifecycle.
  • Presentation Skills: Experienced consultants learn the art of negotiation, presentation, and customer-facing skills to help them deal with their expanded responsibilities.
  • Managerial Skillset: Dynamic content to ensure that our managers are innovative, creative, and true leaders.

About the Job Training & Specialization: While as a junior consultant, you are exposed to various disciplines, as you progress, you start specializing in 1-2 fields of your choice and become an integral part of the core team.

Mentoring – Taking Care of Your Professional Development

TASC provides personal mentoring processes for each employee according to their needs.

Each of the consultants receives one of the company’s partners as a mentor, who helps them plan their career path at TASC and beyond and shares their experience and insights. At TASC, we are fully committed to this process, and mentoring meetings are held quarterly with each consultant.

On the day-to-day, the consultants at TASC work on a project base with several professional managers. Still, each of the consultants has a personal manager, either at a manager or principal level. The personal manager accompanies them closely during their years in the organization and provides a 360 view of the consultant’s needs, abilities, and aspirations. The personal managers help the consultants tailor their development plan across projects, strengthen their skills and provide tools for improvement.

“Mentoring in TASC is done every day by everyone.”

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