Porter’s five forces is a great business case framework. It is widely applicable to any industry and many case studies/interviews. Here is our new infographic summarizing it for you in a nutshell. Please share with others!
If you are looking for tips on how to succeed in the consulting case interviews, you should check our what the top consulting firms are saying about them. Each firm highlights different aspects of their interview process in the below. Make sure you check these out, especially if you have an upcoming interview with some … Read more
Mitt Romney gives a good overview of interview process and questions at Bain and Company. Great tips here to excel in your upcoming management and strategy consulting interviews! He had a great career and was a successful consultant at Bain and Company and subsequently at Bain Capital, so lots to learn from him. Let us … Read more
Source: So you want to be a consultant? Well done you. A career in consultancy is one that boasts a whole host of appealing benefits, but that does inevitably mean it is a fierce playground out there. Consulting agencies offer some of the best staff packages of any industry. As a result, they naturally employ … Read more
The interview process for consulting companies is unique. They cover a variety of types of interviews: Fit questions, brainteasers and of course, business cases. The interviews process and the structure they follow have a predictable pattern across consulting companies. One of critical elements of the interviews is the business case. The goal of the business case is to test your problem-solving and communication skills … Read more
Learning different business frameworks can be daunting when you are preparing for management consulting interviews: 3C’s, 4P’s, SWOT, 2×2, Five forces, STP. Which framework should you learn and when should you use them? Here is our ultimate guide to the business case frameworks for consulting case interviews. In addition to the great guide below, be … Read more