2002 CBS Casebook_24 - • Do you think I would fit into...

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Columbia Business School Management Consulting Association Guidebook 2002 24 Please do not duplicate, copy, print or photocopy What is the office environment like? Do I get assigned fixed desk or is it hoteling? (hoteling is where no one has their own desk but just takes the first one they find) What is the support staff structure? What social events are there? What alumni contacts do you have? How are they used? Why did you decide to join this company? What were your alternatives? Have your expectations been fulfilled? What are the client confidentiality policies? What sort of dilemmas might I be faced with and how do you suggest I deal with them? What are some of the main reasons people leave? And, just to be different, here is a short list of questions not to ask: So, the interview was good for me, how was it for you…?
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Unformatted text preview: • Do you think I would fit into your company? • What is my salary, holiday or other benefits? • Who are your clients? • What do you think of this other company I am also interviewing with? • Is there any weakness of mine I can change your opinion on? WHAT YOU NEED TO TELL THEM Remember that the interview is a sales pitch. They are trying to determine whether you are capable of doing the job and whether they like you. You need to demonstrate that the answer to both is yes. How you do it is up to you – sorry not to be more helpful, but each person must develop his or her own unique pitch and I am looking for a job too! Click to buy NOW! P D F-X C ha ng e V ie w e r .d o cu-tr ac k .c m...
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  • Spring '09
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  • Columbia Business School, Like You, Consulting Association Guidebook, client confidentiality policies, support staff structure

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