MECE

What is MECE (Mutually Exclusive Collectively Exhaustive)? MECE (pronounced “me see”) or Mutually Exclusive Collectively Exhaustive is a principle often used by management consulting firms such as McKinsey to describe a way of organizing information that is “Mutually Exclusive, Collectively Exhaustive”. MECE is a systematic problem-solving framework that helps to solve complex problems. It can [...]

Question: Really enjoying your materials. 2 questions: 1) Related to [my post on How to Structure a Case Interview ]. On the answer in your website you try to come up with frameworks that are MECE. I am having trouble understanding why the “old/new products and old/new customers” segmentation is MECE but the “old/new products [...]

Question: Recently I came across a book called ‘the minto pyramid’, you might know this book, by Barbara Minto, ex-McKinsey. Would you recommend me to use MINTO principle??? This way i can show the interviewer I am 100% hypothesis driven and I don’t ask any irrelevant data. Would you recommend this and what is your view [...]