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I have been working at nPlan full-time (More than a year)
nPlan is made up of great people, working collaboratively to solve a big, challenging problem in the construction industry at a time of great upheaval. Working here provides a once in a generation opportunity to make an impact at an industry level.
What I really like about the day to day of working at nPlan is that we have a well defined set of values that we truly live by. Our values don't just sit in a document or on the wall, but we continually measure ourselves against them. We celebrate when we live up to them and we learn from the moments when we don't.
I came from a large corporate and found the lack of direction challenging at first. When you join a small team you truly get to make an impact on the direction of travel for the organisation. This required an adjustment on my part - instead of waiting for an instruction, I had to learn to make a decision and run with it. Everyone is empowered and supported to do this at nPlan.
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at nPlan (London, England).
Initial interviews followed by meeting the rest of the team. Repeatedly asked to document my findings during these interviews. Rather like the other comments here, I'd agree there appears to be a selfish culture who want to obtain information without paying consultancy fees.
Reasons for Declining
No doubt they have talented people, but they don't appear to know what the next direction of the company is, or how to commoditise it. Could be interesting times for them without knowing the right connections in the Insurance industry.