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Written Case Format Monitor Deloitte

Hi,

I'm searching written cases (about 10 - 15 slides) comparable with the interview format of Monitor Deloitte. Anyone ideas where to search online?

Hi,

I'm searching written cases (about 10 - 15 slides) comparable with the interview format of Monitor Deloitte. Anyone ideas where to search online?

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Hi,

I have one that I could give you. Message me if interested.

Hi,

I have one that I could give you. Message me if interested.

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Hi Ignacio - Thanks for your comment, I'm interested in the written cases for Monitor Deloitte as well, and a sample would really help. Can you kindly share it with me at v************@g****.com ? Many thanks. — Victoria on Apr 11, 2018

Hi I am interested in that case too? Would you be down to send it to me, sir? — Anonymous on Jul 01, 2018

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Thank you! — Rakan on Nov 09, 2018

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Hey Anonymous,

The only example available is Footloose and it's important that you work through it because it is a good representative of the style of case they actually give.

There is usually a quant question with estimation. Make sure you get this question right! you need to choose a logical number for the estimation and have strong arguments to support it. You can say that what you are calculating is a conservative assumption but the number is actually larger or vice versa.

The other questions are usually qualitative. You might not have time to answer all of them but the point is to discuss these with your interviewer. Try to have a basic structure for the answer wuth some analysis and then you can conduct a deeper analysis with your interviewer. Do not hesitate to turn your paper, walk through the interviewer through your structure and your approach and then discuss.

It is very important to read all the footnotes as they contain important information.

Good luck!

Hey Anonymous,

The only example available is Footloose and it's important that you work through it because it is a good representative of the style of case they actually give.

There is usually a quant question with estimation. Make sure you get this question right! you need to choose a logical number for the estimation and have strong arguments to support it. You can say that what you are calculating is a conservative assumption but the number is actually larger or vice versa.

The other questions are usually qualitative. You might not have time to answer all of them but the point is to discuss these with your interviewer. Try to have a basic structure for the answer wuth some analysis and then you can conduct a deeper analysis with your interviewer. Do not hesitate to turn your paper, walk through the interviewer through your structure and your approach and then discuss.

It is very important to read all the footnotes as they contain important information.

Good luck!

Search for HBS cases, those are pretty much as you described.

Search for HBS cases, those are pretty much as you described.

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Deloitte Consulting case: Footloose

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Duraflex is a German footwear company with annual men’s footwear sales of approximately €1 b. They have always relied on the boot market for the majority of their volume. In this market they compete with three other major competitors. In the fall of 2013, Badger – one of Duraflex’s competitiors – ... Open whole case