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    Need help on structuring for business/process optimisation type of cases

    Framework structuring
    Most recent answer on Aug 20, 2021
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    Andrew
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    Hi there! Great question. This is an interesting case prompt. As with all cases, there is rarely a perfectly “right” way to structure your thoughts. That being said, to start off, I would say something to acknowledge/ve ... (read entire answer)
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    Structuring good frameworks is my weakness, what steps can I take to tackle that?

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    Most recent answer on Aug 06, 2021
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    Hey there,I can answer from a McKinsey perspective. At the core, McKinsey wants to see creative ideas communicated in a structured manner, the more exhaustive the better. Your goal should be to come up with a tailored a ... (read entire answer)
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    Thoughts on overuse of the word "bucket(s)" during a case interview? +Tips on laying out a framework?

    Case Interview Case Interview Prep Framework issue tree structuring
    Most recent answer on Jun 04, 2020
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    Hi Anonymous, Feel free to use any synonyms to buckets - e.g. 'I'd like to investigate the following x areas/issues/topics/......'. Your interview won't really mind about the specific word you are using, I will be int ... (read entire answer)
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    I feel I tend to include "company" bucket in all my issue trees.

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    There are some pieces of information about a company that are better to be asked before laying out your structure: e.g. company objective, any constraints to be aware of when you trying to solve the problem, how do they ... (read entire answer)
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    I would structure the issue tree more as a logic/criteria that has to be met for the decision to make sense, rather than buckets of data to look into. IE: decision is sensible if 1) economics are viable, 2) capapbily ... (read entire answer)
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