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Wharton Casebook 2005 – 2006 Edition
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Table of Contents INTRODUCTION. ....................................................................................................................................... 3 WHAT INTERVIEWERS WANT. ............................................................................................................. 4 TYPES OF CASES. ...................................................................................................................................... 6 A CASE FRAMEWORK. ............................................................................................................................ 9 HOW TO CRACK THE CASE . ............................................................................................................... 12 MALDOVIAN COFFINS. ......................................................................................................................... 15 HARDHEAD HELMETS. ......................................................................................................................... 20 VERIZON SECURITY SERVICES. ........................................................................................................ 23 ABC CONGLOMERATE . ........................................................................................................................ 26 ARTIFICIAL TURF . ................................................................................................................................. 29 RETAIL BANK. ......................................................................................................................................... 31 COFFEE SHOP. ......................................................................................................................................... 33 S SOFTWARE. ........................................................................................................................................... 35 H HEALTH. ................................................................................................................................................ 38 H HOTEL. ................................................................................................................................................... 41
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Introduction Being able to confidently and consistently crack cases is an absolute requirement to getting a job in consulting. You may be at the most prestigious business school, have a stellar résumé, and be the lead in Follies – that will get you the interview. Once you get to the interview however, everyone is on the same ground. To get the job you have to ace every one of the cases. Fortunately, case interviewing is a skill that is fairly easy to learn with sufficient practice. Even those without a prior business background can do well. Success with cases really
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