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2002 CBS Casebook_35 - during interviews Keep in mind that...

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The Cases Columbia Business School Management Consulting Association Guidebook 2002 Please do not duplicate, copy, print or photocopy 35 The Cases The sample cases in this book are presented in three sections, one for each of the major case types: Business, Estimation and Game Show. Cases in the beginning of the Business section are written with the full discussion between the interviewer and the candidate detailed to give examples as to the typical conversation and questioning that occurs during a case. You will see that, especially in Business cases, the interviewer is expecting you to come up with appropriate questions in order to get the additional data you will need to answer the case. The following cases were submitted by students and are based on actual cases given to them
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Unformatted text preview: during interviews. Keep in mind that the solutions are the ones used by the students and may or may not be exactly what the interviewer was looking for. Use the answers as examples as to how to set up and go about answering a case, and remember that many appropriate variations are possible. For the cases with the full dialogue written, regular text after each question is the student’s responses. Italicized text after the ! symbol represents the interviewer’s comments or answers to the student’s questions. 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 Management Consulting Association, Consulting Association Guidebook, major case types

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