Ace Your Case IV: The Latest and Greatest (Wetfeet Insider by WetFeet

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Drawing on conversations with those that have braved the consulting interview gauntlet, this e-book outlines universal query forms, deals how one can assault every one, and offers 15 all new perform questions culled from genuine consulting interviews. As regularly, we stick to the perform questions with a considerate dialogue of ways to method the case and related situations in addition to steered solutions.

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Key questions to ask: The Practice Range What process would you use to investigate this question? Where would you find the information you need? 35  CASE 8 The VP of marketing of a successful minor league baseball team would like to attract more kids to the team’s games. He has proposed to the team’s general manager that kids’ tickets be discounted 50 percent for all upcoming season games. Your firm has served the team previously on an unrelated matter, and now the GM is calling you as a trusted advisor to get your point of view before he makes a decision on the kids’ marketing plan.

When the question is open-ended, there’s nothing wrong with making an informed assumption about a component part and moving on. Don’t get tangled up in too many trivial details. And, as always with market-sizing questions, use round numbers. Candidate: The question of the rate is a little bit trickier, as that varies depending on the time of day, day of the week, possibly temperature, and even time of the year. To keep things manageable, let’s assume that we’re talking about a Starbucks that’s open five days a week, like the one near my office.

In fact, I think that SUVs are doing a huge disservice to our environment. It’s not like anyone really uses them for off-road driving anyway. Be careful about sounding off on social issues unless the conversation is clearly headed that way and the interviewer seems interested in hearing your views. Certainly you should feel comfortable expressing your points of view, but it just may be that your interviewer may drive an SUV, and an answer like this could land you in hot water. Nailing the Case • Ummm, I’d say about two or three hours.

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