Working at Board of Innovation | Glassdoor.co.uk

Board of Innovation Overview

Antwerp (Belgium)
1 to 50 employees
Unknown
Company - Private
Consulting
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors

Unknown

Board of Innovation Reviews

  • Helpful (1)

    "Ambitious agency with an entrepreneurial drive"

    StarStarStarStarStar
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Antwerp (Belgium)
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Antwerp (Belgium)
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Board of Innovation full-time

    Pros

    • The team is very ambitious and confident to always find a way to make it work.
    • The speed to react on market changes is amazing (e.g. Low Touch Economy in reaction to COVID19)
    • Diverse and global projects
    • Responsibility and accountability are given rather quickly

    Cons

    Things can change fast to the extent that it might become hard to follow everything when working full time on projects.

    Advice to Management

    Keep on setting the strategic direction that makes us thrive through challenging times. It is inspiring to

See All 16 Reviews

Board of Innovation Photos

Board of Innovation photo of: Monthly AmazeMe
Board of Innovation photo of: "don't forget to hydrate" - yoga teacher
Board of Innovation photo of: During a client workshop
Board of Innovation photo of: Locked and loaded
Board of Innovation photo of: Office_day
Board of Innovation photo of: Office_day
See All PhotosSee All

Board of Innovation Interviews

Experience

Experience
75%
6%
19%

Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview
93%
7%

Difficulty

3.3
Average

Difficulty

Hard
Average
Easy
  1.  

    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Board of Innovation in September 2018.

    Interview

    Challenging yet friendly recruiting process. Multiple rounds:
    1) initial video call, kind of screening
    2) case presentation through video call
    3) logical/reasoning test
    4) assessment day made of different exercises - from empathy test to 'find the contact info of XYZ executive in a few minutes'.

    It resembles top consultancies' recruitment process, but with a more innovative and creative approach. 7-10 days in between rounds, very quick 'yes/no' feedback after each session to get to the next step, plus an overall, more articulate feedback at the very end. Some parts - like the business case and online test, require preparation. Everything was done through video conference calls, as I lived in a different country. That was not the ideal medium, especially for assessment activities; however, it all went very smoothly from a technical pov, and still managed to establish a friendly vibe with the interviewers even through the screen.

    Why BOI stands out (not from the competition only, but from basically any other company I've ever applied to):

    * They wanted to make sure I would be the best fit for them AS MUCH AS making sure they would be the best fit for me.
    * Got the chance to try out what a day on the job would actually look and feel like. And hence make a very well-informed decision on my professional future.
    * Met lots of different potential future teammates, who were willing to dedicate time answering any question I had. And they really felt like bullshit-free answers.
    * It's about CV, education, past experience, personality, ambition... EVERY aspect mattered and was taken into consideration + thoughtfully assessed (in a human way). Especially culture and cultural fit.
    * Sweet spot of high professionalism AND friendliness.
    * Felt straight away that innovation & human-centered design are not just buzzwords, but principles adopted even in their HR and organizational structure.

    What can be improved:
    - Flying international candidates to Antwerp for a Junior/Intern position is not the most cost effective solution for the firm. But from a candidate perspective, it would have been of great help, at least for the assessment day/final stage.
    - Concerning the logical/reasoning test, it would have been useful to have a mock-up or some exercises beforehand.

    (Offer turned down as a mix of professional and personal life-related choices led me to another company and country at the moment. Very hard decision to take. Looking forward to applying here again in the future, and get another shot at working with what really came across as a special team and firm)

    Interview Questions

    • Business case: recommend next steps for startup, after reading a short intro on company facts, value proposition and goals achieved so far.   Answer Question
See All 16 Interviews

Board of Innovation Awards & Accolades

Let us know if we're missing any workplace or industry recognition – Add Awards

Work at Board of Innovation? Share Your Experiences

Board of Innovation
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
 
Click to Rate
or