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While most people see me as a teacher, I see myself as a lifetime student. One of the many things I study is market demand. When my kids and their friends all talk about a product, I get intrigued as to why they like it. When I’m walking around town and see a long line [...]

The following is a report I received from a CaseInterview.com student who has recently taken the AT Kearney Analytical Skills Test. Unlike the McKinsey Problem Solving Test (McKinsey PST), the ATK test is mainly a test of excel skills and speed. Student Report: I have taken the test and have summarized my experience for the benefit of all of [...]

What follows is a question from a student about if case interviews are different for a non-business undergraduate vs an MBA as well as my answer to this question. Student Question: I found out at the end of last week that I have a final round case interview at Monitor Deloitte, which consists of a 1-hour case. [...]

Recently I received a question from a CaseInterview.com student about how to prepare for a 2nd round interview with Monitor Deloitte as well as how to prepare for a group interview (this student was told that their 2nd round interview would also be in the group format). My general advice is to work on improving [...]

A friend of mine called me the other day to ask for career advice. In a recent reorganization, he was assigned to a new boss. The two did not get along well. The new boss kept send him emails about his failures to perform. When he would ask his boss in person for specific feedback [...]

The AT Kearney Recruitment Test fulfills the same role as the McKinsey Problem Solving Test  — it is a way to measure a candidates quantitative and logical reasoning skills. Here’s more information about the test based on feedback from my students who have taken the test: 30-minute timed test Calculate IS allowed Multiple choice question format [...]

Warren Buffet’s business partner Charlie Munger strongly supports the idea of multi-disciplinary learning. In his speeches about business success, he cites concepts from ecology (the concept of protected niches), physics (the concept of critical mass), and psychology (the concept of human biases). I also have learned a lot from studying multiple disciplines and industries. What [...]

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I received this question from a CaseInterview.com student that was preparing for an upcoming interview with Accenture about a specific conflict management interview question that Accenture asks. Below is the question as well as my response on how to approach and prepare for this type of interview question. Student Question: I have an interview with [...]

Accenture recruiting is a non-stop process.  One of Accenture’s core values is to constantly and aggressively seek out the very best people, regardless of race, religion, nationality, gender or orientation.   For more information on Accenture’s recruiting process click here. Step one in preparing to be interviewed by Accenture is to get to know Accenture. [...]

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