I wanted to ask the community's opinion about logic trees... is it truly necessary to fit your thoughts/approach into this structure?
I have been prepping cases for over a year now, and have never fully adopted the logic tree as the way to structure my approach. I find myself using it for more basic profitability cases, but group my approach into more conceptual buckets or process-driven structures for all other cases.
I'm curious to hear from any "real-life" consultants out there -- Are logic trees a key tool to use when you approach new projects? Are they used on the job frequently? Also, in terms of case interviews -- does failing to adopt the ability to "think in logic trees" potentially hurt one's performance?
Curious and grateful to hear your perspectives,