I just want to clarify - for common business cases/strategic decisions, if you try to clarify with the interview on a specific financial target for the case in hand (e.g. increase Profits by X, achieve ROI of X, breakeven period of X, investment horizon of X, etc) and the interview just says 'no specific targets' - should you adjust the approach at all?
My inclination would be to still run the same economic analysis, i.e. e.g. calculate the ROI or breakeven period for an investment decision, and then in the conclusion - give recommendations based on whether the client is willing to accept more or less than the calculated financial numbers.
Is this the advised approach for cases without spefifically defined numerical targets (despite pressing the interview for this information)?