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    Help needed on structuring for specific category profitability

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    Most recent answer 13 hours ago
    <p><strong>Case prompt:</strong></p><p><i>The client is a large retailer co. </i></p><p><i>She has asked us to look into the makeup category, which had sales of $500M last year. The category is profitable, but below the industry average. </i></p><p><i>Why is the profitability of this category lower than expected and how can the client increase category profitability?</i></p><p>Thank you bery much!</p>
    Hi there! I think with a case prompt like this, the best structure is a simple one based on breaking down profitability into its components. We want to know why profitability (likely more specifically “contribution marg ... (read entire answer)
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    Growth strategy: PrepLounge Coaches War !

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    Most recent answer on Jul 09, 2021
    <p>Hello </p> <p>this post is about the growth strategy framework <u><strong>concept</strong></u>, and like any other framework it shall be customized to fit the given case.</p> <p>I looked at multiple Q&amp;A (on preplounge and outside preplounge) about structuring growth strategy cases that have increasing revenues as a goal. I saw 2 approaches suggested by coaches listed below.</p> <p><br> Some coaches called the first structure "not solid/not exclusive"  &amp; suggested the second approach, contrarily, other coaches called the second structure "non-exhaustive" and suggested the first approach.</p> <p><strong>The first Structure approach: </strong>Use a generic framework to allow the candidate ask questions and avoid jumping into the solution structure immediately (which will be the second approach) </p> <ol> <li> <u>Analyze External Factors</u>: the argument for having this bucket is if a company wants to grow revenues by 10% in a market growing at 20% versus growing in a shrinking market </li> </ol> <ul> <li>Evolution of the market</li> <li>competition </li> <li>consumers tastes and trends </li> <li>Regulations</li> </ul> <p>     2.<u> Analyze Internal Factor</u>: Use the algebraic form of R = V x P </p> <ul> <li>discuss revenue streams</li> <li>discuss pricing</li> </ul> <p>      3. <u>Growth Strategy :</u></p> <ul> <li>Organic  <ul> <li>Existing revenue sources  <ul> <li>Increase Volume</li> <li>Increase Price</li> </ul> </li> <li>New revenue sources</li> </ul> </li> <li>Inorganic  <ul> <li>Acquisitions</li> <li>Partnerships</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <p><strong>The Second Structure approach: </strong>Uses the third bucket of the first structure above as the structure however I do see that some of the buckets above could be inherited in this structure: Revenues = V x P could be discussed when analyzing the organic branch under existing revenue streams <strong><u>however </u></strong>analyzing the market or external factors is important for the argument listed above </p> <p><u><strong>Growth Strategy :</strong></u></p> <ul> <li><u>Organic</u>  <ul> <li>Existing revenue sources  <ul> <li>Increase Volume</li> <li>Increase Price</li> </ul> </li> <li>New revenue sources</li> </ul> </li> <li><u>Inorganic</u>  <ul> <li>Acquisitions</li> <li>Partnerships</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <p>some coaches called the first structure "not solid/not exclusive", contrarily, other coaches called the second structure "non-exhaustive". </p> <p>So what do you say? </p>
    I'm not convinced by either, but would also challenge the premise of the question: Firstly, both structures have their flaws:  The first one focuses on process (1. Analyse external factors 2. Analyze internal f ... (read entire answer)
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    To elaborate or leave it up to interviewer’s preference

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    Most recent answer on Jul 03, 2021
    <p>If I'm trying to develop a structure on whether a company should enter a new market and I want to capture these aspects: 1) check if it's financially viable 2) see if they can execute against it 3) look at any risks they may face.. it makes sense to check the financial viability first (so prioritize this) and then if that looks fine, look at the remaining two factors. </p> <p>so my question is 1) is it fine if I list the 3 factors to the interviewer, in 1 line explain what each means and then say that I want to prioritize factor #1 and deep-dive into drivers? I could say that I can elaborate on the other 2 factors if the interviewer would like but logically it makes sense to dive into the details of what I would explore in the first bucket.</p> <p>2) if I leave it up to interviewer and they ask me to elaborate on the other 2 buckets..is it ok to ask for a few seconds to further structure this (and develop drivers)? Or would I have been expected to have the details written down from the start?</p>
    Hey there, It depends a bit on the firm format. The answer will be different for McKinsey cases vs. BCG/Bain/others. Similarities: For both, you would need to create a structure, consisting of several top levels a ... (read entire answer)
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    How would you structure this Baby formula case?

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    Most recent answer on Jun 30, 2021
    Anonymous A asked on Jun 22, 2021
    <p>Hello everyone!</p> <p>I would like to know everyone opinion on this case structuring, based on the case Baby Formula, which says:</p> <p><strong>Problem Definition</strong></p> <p>Our client is a producer &amp; distributor of <strong>baby formula</strong>. They sell worldwide and have around 30% market share. Currently, they're looking at ways to <strong>boost their market share</strong> whilst maintaining profitability. Recently, a welfare program for poor children was started to give poor people vouchers to purchase baby formula. Each state is opening up for bidding. The producer is thinking about bidding in the program to be sole supplier, but they're not sure how much to bid for these contracts.</p> <p>They hired you to help them come up with an approach on how to determine the amount they should bid for those supply contracts.</p> <p>My structure come as follows:</p> <p><strong>1. Evaluate Bidding amount </strong></p> <p>There are 3 methods I would like to explore:</p> <p><em>1.1 Based of competitors evaluation</em><br> To answer this I would like to explore:<br> - What are other suppliers going to be bidding amount?<br> - What has been the previous bidding amounts on contracts of this level that have won?</p> <p><em>2.2 Based on our own capabilities</em><br> To answer this I would like to explore:<br> - What is the quantity of Baby Formula we need to produce? <br> - What are our costs to produce this?<br> - What is the profit margin we expect to achieve from this innitiative? <br> - What is the maximun and minimun amount we are able to ask to be sustainable?<br>  </p> <p><em>2.3. Based on government or contractor preferences</em><br> - What is the asking amount they expect to get on this bidding contract?<br> - How flexible are they to changes on this?</p> <p><strong>2. Evaluate risks</strong><br> - How this project is going to impact our brand?<br> - What are the exits barries of this contact?<br> - Is this project sustainable over the long run?</p> <p><strong>3. Evaluate better options</strong></p> <p>- Is this contract the best option in the market?<br> - What are other contracts?</p> <p>Thank you very much</p> <p> <br>  </p>
    Hello everyone! I would like to know everyone opinion on this case structuring, based on the case Baby Formula, which says: Problem Definition Our client is a producer & distributor of baby formula. They sell ... (read entire question)
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    What is the best way to communicate the structure for a case study with more than one question to solve?

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    Most recent answer on Jun 17, 2021
    <p>For instance, the case study has two goals to achieve: </p> <p>1. Decrease the cost of operations </p> <p>2. Develop marketing strategy. </p> <p>1. Do I communicate the structure for the first part which is to decrease the costs and say "with this info, I'd then have a better understanding on how to best develop the marketing strategy?" </p> <p>or</p> <p>2. Do I communicate both structures at one go? </p> <p>Appreciate your help! </p>
    Hey there, Pursuing two goals is very common for McKinsey case interviews, especially when they are conflicting to some degree. So always keep that in mind when going into the interviews. Now for your question, ther ... (read entire answer)
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    Clarifying q after starting structuring

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    Most recent answer on Jun 15, 2021
    <p>Is it fine to ask an additional clarifying q once you start structuring, if you forgot to ask about a certain aspect?</p>
    Hi there, Absolutely! If it will help you shore up/focus your framework. Now, I'd say you you get 1 of these in a given interview, and you need to make sure it's "smooth". I.e. "Quick question, I just thought of this: ... (read entire answer)
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    How complex should the case structure be, and how much time is suitable to present?

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    Most recent answer on Jun 07, 2021
    <p>Hi, I am puzzled bout this topic as the advice I've found on internet widely differs. Some experts say 3 minutes to present the structure is optimal, while some say 5 minutes is suggested. Also, some experts suggest a relatively light structure. In one of the "strong performance" sample case interview I've seen, there were only 3 buckets, and 2 key questions underlying each bucket. On the other hand, I've seen experts suggesting going 2 or 3 levels deep in the issue tree and having a comprehensive structure with several hypotheses mentioned is crucial, especially in order to stand out from other applicants.</p> <p>I'm just wondering which advice is more practical? On one hand, having a light structure with strong business rationale and logic might be easy to understand and follow, and the structure could be clean and rigid. On the other hand, having a thorough and detailed case structure might impress the interviewer, but would take longer time and the interviewer might feel such a detailed structure is unecessary and redundant. </p> <p>Appreciate your thoughts on this.</p>
    Hey there, I think the misunderstanding might come from the difference between a framework derived for McKinsey vs. a framework created for other consulting interviews. I can answer this question from a McK perspect ... (read entire answer)
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    Building industry knowledge to solve cases

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    Most recent answer on Feb 22, 2021
    <p>Hi,</p> <p>I've noticed while practing for cases that my frameworks are stronger and more insightful when dealing with an industry which I am more familiar with, while I struggle and revert to standard, boring frameworks when in less familiar industries. </p> <p>I was wondering whether there were particulary useful ways of building knowledge of unfamiliar industries so that I can improve my frameworks in these case problems? I'm thinking in terms of revenue and cost structures, margins, risks, competition, etc. I've gone through industry overviews from casebooks which have been useful but I'm looking to expand on that.</p> <p>Thanks!</p>
    Hi there, You're 100% right...this knowledge seriously helps with taking your casing to the next level.. I have a template, so feel free to reach out if interested! Some key tips: List all the major indust ... (read entire answer)
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    How do I structure this case

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    Most recent answer on Feb 16, 2021
    <p>I don`t think that this is a good structure. But I dont know how to structure it besides the structure solution of this case. </p>
    Hi there, Objective: Increase sales (i.e. Revenue). In general, when looking for growth, I like the following general framework: 1) Improve existing business (i.e. look at our current products/customer segments to ... (read entire answer)
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    McKinsey Round 1 December 2020 Case - Dispatch Radius

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    Most recent answer on Feb 09, 2021
    <p>Hello community, curious to know how would you attempt the following problem. Cheers.</p> <p>One of the fundamental elements of e-hailing is the setting of a dispatch radius:</p> <p><img alt="" src="/uploads/qa/questions/9226/images/Grab%20-%20Strategy%20&amp;%20Projects%20Analyst.jpg" style="height:181px;width:602px;">The example above is a rudimentary representation of how a dispatch radius works:</p> <ul> <li> <p>A passenger makes a booking</p> </li> <li> <p>A net is then cast out to look for drivers to be allocated to the passenger</p> </li> <li> <p>The size of the net (i.e., dispatch radius) is limited to a certain distance factor (e.g. net with a radius of X km)</p> </li> <li> <p>If there are drivers found within the net, the "best” candidate one would be allocated to them</p> </li> <li> <p>If there aren’t any drivers found within the net, the passenger will have to book again</p> </li> </ul> <p>​​How would you go about? </p> <ol> <li> <p>Setting an optimal dispatch radius</p> </li> <li> <p>Identifying the best candidate</p> </li> </ol>
    Hi there, This is a great question. The #1 way to help yourself with any problem is think "what is my objective"? I.e. what is my target variable? What does good look like? I should prompt you for this, but I'll g ... (read entire answer)
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    Profitability case - should I purely focus on just on side (revenue or cost)?

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    Most recent answer on Dec 31, 2020
    <p>Hi all, I would like to clarify whether it is okay to focus on just revenue or cost side in a profitability case. I was told that in consulting I need to solve the most impactful topics in a case. So usually you will try to figure out - revenue or cost side problem, or a mix of both. In the case I did today, it clearly states cost has not changed, so I decided to purely discuss on revenue part. However, there is a question asking me to calculate the "profitability per store", which was quite unexpected and requires discussions about the cost part. </p> <p>Another question is, if a case asks whether the client should enter a market (in order to increase revenue), should I explore the cost &amp; profitability part? Or, I should purely focus on the "revenue" part, and cost / profitability is actually out of scope?</p> <p>Thanks a lot!!</p>
    Hello! Before jumping into one of the branches, you need to totally discard the other one. Hence, think of the issue tree as a "way" to find the solution, that is at the end of this path. Hence, first, you will fin ... (read entire answer)
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    What is the right amount of time to ask for when providing your initial structure?

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    Most recent answer on Dec 30, 2020
    <p>Typically, on receiving the case and asking the clarifying questions, the protocol is to ask for some time to come up with your structure / hypothesis before you explain your approach to solve the case to the interviewer.</p> <p>What is the right amount of time that would be considered acceptable to the interviewer? Is 3-4 minutes too long? Or acceptable? I timed myself for one of the cases and 1 minute is too short. I may be able to get by in 2 minutes but that is on a standard case. On an unconventional case, the thought process is longer. </p> <p>Thanks for answering!</p>
    Hi, Depending on the part of the case I usually say: Can I take 30 sec / a minute to structure my thoughts / analyze the numbers, etc? In terms of the use cases: Always take: 1-2 min for initial structure. But ... (read entire answer)
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    How to structure liquidity / turnaround case?

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    Most recent answer on Dec 04, 2020
    <p>Hi, how would you structure this, and what do you think of this structure? </p> <p><em>Situation / question:</em> Client is hit from external effect, is bleeding cash, needs cash short-term, and also thinks that not all of his businesses are profitable anymore. How to turn the situation around (short- and mid-term)? </p> <p><em>Possible structure: </em></p> <p><strong>Short-term: Liquidity / cash management</strong></p> <ul> <li>Investigate situation / objective <ul> <li>Info sources: BS, IS, CFS</li> <li>Important KPIs: cash ratio, quick ratio, current ratio; Fin. CF, Op. CF, Inv. CF</li> <li>How long to survive? How much additional CF is needed? </li> </ul> </li> <li>Generate cash (also structure regarding CFs possible, i.e. Fin. CF, Op. CF, Inv. CF) <ul> <li>Supplier, e.g. stop to pay</li> <li>Customer, e.g. factoring</li> <li>Employees, e.g. layoff</li> <li>FIxed / current assets, e.g. de-invest</li> <li>...</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <p><strong>Mid-term: Turnaround / restructuring</strong></p> <ul> <li>Investigate situation: analyze market, analyze strengths and weaknesses of company (value creators, value destroyers) </li> <li>Restructure <ul> <li>Invest in value creators, de-invest in value destroyers</li> <li>Restructure core-competencies and processes</li> <li>Restructure organization and culture </li> </ul> </li> <li>Improve further: profit opportunities (revenue opportunities, cost opportunities) </li> <li>Plan and implement</li> </ul>
    Hello! Overall I agree, particularly with the split in short term-medium term for the problem. However, this would not appear like this as a case. If you see the Library of cases, you can find much more real ones - ... (read entire answer)
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    How to proceed the case if interviewer doesn't give you time to structure?

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    Most recent answer on Nov 29, 2020
    <p>Just had an interview today (candidate led style case). After the typical clarification question process, I was gonna ask for a minute to structure my thoughts. However, the interviewer seemed a little impatient and asked me how would I solve the case. I felt pressured and that he wants me to start talking about how would I proceed the case, so I did not ask time to layout the case structure.</p> <p>Is this situation of not giving time to structure a case normal? How should I proceed the case if I didn't even lay down a structure first? After all, I have done so many case practices following the structured process. Without having time to structure the case, the talking points will be very random and unstructured.</p> <p>Appreciate your feedback!</p>
    Hello, It could happen in some "stress interviews" but don't be afraid to always ask for some time to write down a structure. If he doesn't give you the time, try to write down a structure and explain him at the same ... (read entire answer)
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    Feeling stuck at Case Practice

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    Most recent answer on Oct 26, 2020
    <p>Hello everyone! :)</p> <p>I started my case interview preparation two months ago. First I started reading Case on Point and Victor Cheng book and LOMS. Then I did the free course on craftingcases.com which I find to be the most helpful resource online. Finally, I started practicing cases, I have done around 35+ cases and I identified two biggest weakenesses:</p> <p>1. Structuring: Develop insightful and MECE frameworks.</p> <p>2. Problem solving: By this I mean during the math part know how to solve the problem after they give you some data for this.</p> <p>To tackle each of them I started by structuring, to that I bought Crafting Cases Structuring Drills course, which was very helpful, however I still feel my frameworks are still weak. I still need to focus on the problem solving part.</p> <p>Today when I did again a live case interview I found myself struggling again, somehow this is quite discouraging specially when you compare with people who have had the same amount of practice as you and solving a case for them seem to be very natural while I find myself struggling.</p> <p>I would like to know two things: </p> <p>First: How can I improve my problem solving skills during the math part? Maybe doing some GMAT Problems? Does anyone has any good advice for this?</p> <p>Second: How can I stop being stuck during my preparation and become more natural?</p> <p>Thank you very much. </p>
    Hi there, Two tips : 1. Practice, practice, and just dont give up. Give yourself time & celebrate little successes. Take a break for couple of days here and there and do something fun/creative to unclock the tra ... (read entire answer)
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    How to determine and recognize the type of framework that we should use during structuring process quickly?

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    Most recent answer on Sep 19, 2020
    <p>When I am being the interviewee, I always stuck in a long time to think which framework that I have to use for structuring the case. I need an advice for improving to think quick for recognizing the type of framework of the case that I am facing. </p>
    Hi, It really depends on the case. If it is an issue tree case type, like profitability, you may have 2-3 buckets in the first level, while with open-ended cases it will be 3-4 buckets. Same with the levels and being ... (read entire answer)
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    Is structuring just a task of listing out all categories that could possibly matter?

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    Most recent answer on Aug 06, 2020
    <p>Hi! </p> <p>I have practiced about 20 cases with different partners, and it seems like most of them are trying to come up with as many as possible topics and sub topics to analyze - no matter what the question is. And the feedback I always get is something like: "Oh, you didn't mention this point, and this point, etc." Isn't this a very ineffective way to approach problems? After all, it feels to me like case solving is like the Olympic Games in memorizing bullet point lists. :-P How can I identify which topics really matter and which are less important? Isn't my ability to proiritize also a strength to show in a consulting interview?</p>
    Hi! You are completely right! The approach that is often recommended in case books and interview guides (and which is adopted by most candidates) is extremely inefficient and indeed the very definition of "boiling the ... (read entire answer)
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    How many clarifying questions are appropriate and when should they be asked?

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    Most recent answer on Aug 06, 2020
    <p>I have received conflicting feedback regarding how many clarifying questions are appropriate and when I should be asking them.</p> <p>Some say I can ask questions as long as they clarify main points and help understand the context and client objectives without asking for any actual data (i.e. no fishing for answers).</p> <p>However, I've also been told that I should only clarify any points I didn't understandin the prompt and our clients objective, then leave all other questions for when I'm going through my structure (e.g. Who are our customers?, What are our products? How is this market doing relative to our client?)</p> <p>Perhaps there is a middle-ground between the two sets of feedback I've received?</p>
    Hi Anonymous! You touch on an important point here. Many candidates don't understand what distinguishes the clarifying questions at the start from later analysis-related questions (asking for market data. financials, ... (read entire answer)
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    Clarifying questions

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    Most recent answer on Aug 06, 2020
    Anonymous gave the best answer on Jun 05, 2018
    <p>I've been told that I need to ask more clarifying questions prior to structuring my approach. I have a hard time thinking of clarifying questions on the spot and was wondering if anyone had any techniques or tips to prompt me?</p>
    Hey there, It could be helpful if you clarified with whoever provided your feedback on why you should have asked clarifying questions. In the absence of more detail, I'll share 2 cents from some common pitfalls that ... (read entire answer)
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    one MBB told me to come back in 6 months to re-interview - Structure weakness

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    Most recent answer on Jul 13, 2020
    Anonymous gave the best answer on Jul 11, 2020
    <p>Hello everyone</p> <p>I interviewed back in March for a summer associate with one of the MBBs, but then the partner feedback is that "They liked the way I think and brainstorm, but structuring is an issue." They said I need to focus more on drawing a solid structure and, as well, a structure every answer. I can claim that structure has always been my weakest area compared to others. They asked me to come back in the fall and they will interview me again.</p> <p>The thing is that I feel that it doesn't align with how I like to think or maybe how my brain functions; i.e.: I get a flush of ideas at once and then I think of them as an essay or a speech, clearly not good if you explain that to a client.</p> <p>Any advice or thoughts about addressing this weakness?</p> <p>Much appreciated</p>
    Hello A, Structuring is a skill, which can be developed. In order to do so, try to train you brain to set a sort of framework and then brainstorm along this framework. So, if you're thinking about any problem, try to ... (read entire answer)
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