Our culture
part of our DNA

part of our DNA

Office life

Where we all meet

Fridays are when most of us return to the office after being away on-site all week. We hold regular meetings across the office, where we discuss recent business developments, exchange news and best practices, along with less formal matters, such as get-togethers.

Every office has its own 'traditions'. Fridays involve office lunches, after-work drinks and similar perks…it's a particularly fun day. Some offices have initiated sports or cultural clubs. Bring your ideas, drive and passion and help shape office life. Be part of our DNA!

Charles-Edouard Bouée, CEO, at one of our office meetings
Diversity

A fundamental value, not tokenism

'Diversity' is often thrown around – a quick fix buzzword. Not here. We've been fundamentally diverse right from the start, active in cultures, languages and markets across the globe. Perhaps this is due to Roland Berger's uniquely European origins – unparalleled in a consultancy firm of this size.

We need you to be diverse, too. Great ideas and new perspectives aren't inspired by homogenized groups of identical demographics. You come from a variety of backgrounds, enriching us with endless new insights, interests and ways of looking at things.

Women

It's not just a men's world

We can't reach our full potential by failing to tap in to over half of the world's talent pool. Increasing the representation of women at Roland Berger is top on our list of priorities, including our CEO's. This is no small matter. We are committed to hearing you and unleashing your potential.

We hold recruiting events exclusively for women, where students can meet some of our female colleagues. You'll receive insights on their experiences in consulting and have the chance to build relationships.

For new starters, we establish contacts among female colleagues and establish networks of mutual support and expertise.

We are committed to real change, led by women, so that we become a better organization. Long-term, together and at every level.

Experience Report
Portrait of Anne Bioulac, Senior Partner, Paris Office
Anne Bioulac, Senior Partner, Paris Office
Being Partner at our Paris office specialized in telecommunications, media and digital, I now have twenty years of experience as a consultant. In my view, consulting can be a perfect fit for a woman because, as a project-centered profession, it offers plenty of flexibility. It's easier to arrange breaks and manage your time. What counts is the result – the value you deliver to the client. And consulting is also a career booster. You get to meet top clients, work with very smart people, and deal with big issues. I mean, how many jobs offer such diversity?

With most consultants being male, it can be difficult finding a role model. But, over my career, a patchwork of people have given me the guidance and support I needed to create my own style.
Balance

Tailored to your needs

'Work' and 'life' aren't two neat concepts to be determined just like that. The reality is more intertwined and subtle. Yes, it's true: consultants work hard and often long hours. They also find their work highly stimulating and fulfilling.

We want you to be happy here. Long-term. That means growing with you and supporting your needs. We can find a solution together for your changing needs, be it a sabbatical or flexible work schedule. Let's talk.

Balanced life and work
Sabbaticals

You have big plans. We admire that and value it. It's what makes you a rich, engaging person to be around. You want to travel, commit to volunteer work, learn a new skill or put yourself through a new challenge. We can offer you a one to six month sabbatical. Let us support your dreams.

Experience Report
Danny Müller, Chicago office
I took a sabbatical for three months to help construct a nursing school for the Yunus Centre in Bangladesh. It was one of the most intense and rewarding experiences of my life. It really opened my eyes and gave me a new perspective that informs everything I do.
Part-time and home office

Many of our employees work part-time, across all levels of the company. We want to offer you flexibility, so that you remain happy here, long-term. Part-time work is a great solution, especially if you have a family. If you are not onsite, you can also work from home. Come and talk to us and we'll find a routine that works.

Corporate responsibility
Social commitment - more than words

Our success depends on developing the individual, which we believe extends beyond the organization itself. We believe in ideas that have a wider social impact. Our colleagues are key to our charitable work. We'll support your volunteer initiatives, helping you develop your network and reach, as well as providing you with expertise.

We can also donate time. Whether you're involved in local projects or developmental aid further afield, come and speak to us about our social fellowship programs and sabbaticals.

Experience Report
Portrait of Verena Reichl, Munich office
Verena Reichl, Munich office
I've been a volunteer at Year of Care, a tutoring project at a school in Munich for over three years. The initiative is a collaboration between Roland Berger and ghettokids e.V., a non-profit organization for disadvantaged children and young people in Munich.

I tutor students in math, German and history. It's rewarding to see the kids' sense of achievement when they learn something new. I enjoy giving back and it offers me a new perspective, too.

I wouldn't have been able to do it without Roland Berger supporting and believing in me. The company's commitment to corporate volunteering means a lot to me.
Experience Report
Portrait of Daniel Tao, Boston office
Daniel Tao, Boston office
Regularly volunteering at homeless shelters, I couldn't have been more excited when we partnered with Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. Their annual "Sox for Socks" campaign challenges corporations to collect new white socks for the homeless community. Inspired by the leadership team to think big, we designed custom Roland Berger socks – for every pair purchased, the proceeds funded ten new pairs to be donated. I am proud to be part of an organization that not only supports, but empowers creative and entrepreneurial ways to make a difference in our local communities.
Roland Berger Foundation

Social commitment is one of our establishing principles. Our founder launched the Roland Berger Foundation , which actively campaigns for human rights and equal opportunities in education.

Roland Berger Sports

Foster the spirit

Teamwork, having fun together, staying healthy. Our sports program is fun, varied and exotic. We hold beach volleyball competitions, for example – a relaxed, informal way to spend time with your colleagues from all over the world in a beautiful setting.

Our soccer teams are pretty impressive, too, competing locally and even internationally. Of course, there are more everyday fitness options. We offer reduced-rate gym membership in some cities and many of our offices have in-house studios or sports clubs.

Doing sports, having fun together.
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