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Questions asked were: Q1: Before acquisitions what kind of information you would want from them? (Answer could range from their business model, capex, opex, IT systems maturity, data governance model and many more things (I was asked to keep it limited to tech side only) Q2: What would be your acquisition strategy? Things you would consider while acquisition (again keep it related to tech only) Q3: Cost modelling pillars Q4: If you need to scale up, from 20 franchise clinics to 40, what things you will look at? Q5: Vendor selection criteria Q6: Few questions on fixed and variable costs (Along the lines of cost modelling only) Interview #3 Tech Consultant Round 1 Type: PI with Partner Questions asked: 1. Tell me about yourself? 2. Why Deloitte? Why Tech consulting? 3. Are you okay with traveling? Round 2 Type: Case based
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33 BTC Interview Handbook Co2019 Questions asked: 1. During migration from one system to another what are the various IT costs that need to be considered. 2. What are the firm level decisions that need to be considered in these decisions? 13. Athena Health Interview #1 Product Manager Round 1 Case Round where a team of 4-5 people are given a problem and asked to solve for a 1 minute elevator pitch. the time provided was 30 minutes. this exercise is repeated twice over with a feedback session in between. the firm had provided pre-reads for the round. Knowing the content of the reads was essential to get through the discussions in this round. Round 2 Case Presentation and Product Design round - This round was about presenting the case analysis provided to the candidate 2 days prior to the interview. A lot of cross product questioning can be expected in this round. Furthermore, the round involved a multi disciplinary assessment of the product. the panel consisted of 1-2 Product heads and lead from product engineering Round 3 Problem Solving and Product Design round - This was a hard grill round (lasting ~2 hours) were the only focus was solving problems and re-solving them as many times as needed. Depending on the candidate's experience this is also used for a stress test. The problems being solved could be very varied. It will involve application of logic, PM methods (eg: Circles method), Guesstimates, Financial impact calculations, Product Design and critique, Alternate applications of skills learnt over one's career etc. Round 4 Why Athena round. Its s short round that lasts 30 minutes or so and its usually conducted by the HR Round 5 Director Round - This round was again a problem approach round conducted on a real life problem in healthcare. Part of the round is also a resume round and fitment round. This round will need one to be as energetic and crisp as possible. Passion for PM and some connection to healthcare helped.
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34 BTC Interview Handbook Co2019 Negotiation round This was the last round after the offer.
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