Hi folks,

I am looking for some advice regarding the written/presentation case (i.e. the one where you are provided with a bunch of paper, have 30-60 mins to make something out of it and subsequently present it). I cannot find an aweful lot of info.

Will the objectives still be the same as the 'regular' interview cases (interviewer/ee-led case)? Like, what's causing the decreasing profits? I read that it might be best to stick to something like (please only mind the order, not the allotted time):

- 5 minutes of skimming docs

- 5 minutes of laying out your structure/approach

- 15 minutes to process the case (come up with a recommendation)

- 5 minutes to make slides

And the slides on which you will present this, will be about five total (so I've read) probably structured as:

1. Conclusion/recommendation

2. Argument 1

3. Argument 2

4. Argument 3

5. Conclusion + main limitations/remarks (short)

Can anyone comment on this? My main 'concern' is where (or whether) I include the framework I used (for example a tree where I dismantly the costs or profits). Do I include this at the "Argument-slides"?

Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks in advance