Case interview secrets: a former McKinsey interviewer reveals how to get multiple job offers in consulting

By: Cheng, Victor
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Seattle Innovation Press 2012Description: 271 p.; 294 p. Kindle 530 KBISBN: 9780984183524; B007XWFZSASubject(s): Business consultants - Interviews | Employment interviewing | Business consultants - Vocational guidanceDDC classification: 658.31124 Summary: In Case of Interview Secrets, you'll discover step-by-step instructions on how to dominate what many consider to be the most complex, most difficult, and most intimidating corporate job interview in the world—the infamous case interview. Victor Cheng, a former McKinsey management consultant, reveals his proven, insider's method for acing the case interview. Having personally secured job offers from McKinsey, Bain & Company, Monitor, L.E.K, Oliver Wyman, and A.T. Kearney, he has also been a McKinsey case interviewer—providing you with a hands-on, real-world perspective on what it really takes to land job offers. Cheng’s protégées work in all the major strategy management consulting firms, including McKinsey, The Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Company, Monitor Company, A.T. Kearny, Oliver Wyman, L.E.K, Roland Berger, Accenture, and Deloitte, as well as in the strategic planning departments of numerous Fortune 500 companies. Whether you’re an undergraduate, MBA, PhD, or experienced-hire applicant candidate, you’ll discover: What case interviewers really say about you behind closed doors but wouldn’t dare tell you—until now The subtle yet specific performance differences that separate those who get management consulting offers from those who don’t The 10 biggest mistakes candidates make in case interviews (and how to avoid them) The 3 specific things interviewers expect in the first 5 minutes of a case that often decide the outcome on the spot An insider’s take on what interviewers really look for and why-and how to give them what they want.
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In Case of Interview Secrets, you'll discover step-by-step instructions on how to dominate what many consider to be the most complex, most difficult, and most intimidating corporate job interview in the world—the infamous case interview. Victor Cheng, a former McKinsey management
consultant, reveals his proven, insider's method for acing the case interview. Having personally secured job offers from McKinsey, Bain & Company, Monitor, L.E.K, Oliver Wyman, and A.T. Kearney, he has also been a McKinsey case interviewer—providing you with a hands-on, real-world perspective on what it really takes to land job offers. Cheng’s protégées work in all the major strategy management consulting firms, including McKinsey, The Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Company, Monitor Company, A.T. Kearny, Oliver Wyman, L.E.K, Roland Berger, Accenture, and Deloitte, as well as in the strategic planning departments of numerous Fortune 500 companies. Whether you’re an undergraduate, MBA, PhD, or experienced-hire applicant candidate, you’ll discover: What case interviewers really say about you behind closed doors but wouldn’t dare tell you—until now The subtle yet specific performance differences that separate those who get management consulting offers from those who don’t The 10 biggest mistakes candidates make in case interviews (and how to avoid them) The 3 specific things interviewers expect in the first 5 minutes of a case that often decide the outcome on the spot An insider’s take on what interviewers really look for and why-and how to give them what they want.

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