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What are typical operations cases (aka process improvement case) ?

Valentin

Are there specific frameworks/rules to know for handling an operations oriented case ?

Thank you

Victoria
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replied on 05/23/2017
Ex-Accenture Strategy Consultant, Career Coach (5yrs)

Hi,

In consulting, especially strategy consulting - there are a few basic frameworks that you use and then build on. For example when looking at process improvement you need to show you understand current company situation - so setting context and then what the challenge it is facing, finally finishing off with recommendation.

As simple and basic as this sounds, you need to practise analysis and show you understand the industry, competition and market which adds 'colour' to your answers and helps you stand out as a canidate.

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any other questions or want to practise.

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