2. JEN SESSION #2: CASES INVOLVING COMMODITY PRODUCTS
Introducing the two most important "curves" to solve cases: marginal cost curve and break-even curve/cost-volume-profit curve. Learning to solve a profitability case, which is very common in interviews, especially in the first round. Learning how to prioritize issues for analysis in a full case.
Learning how to solve ROI cases using a cost volume profit curve/breakeven analysis. The key aspects to consider. Learning to use the cost volume profit curve/breakeven analysis to analyze business problems encountered in everyday life.
The client is Verizon. They are experiencing significant churn. Figure out a way to help Verizon reduce churn. How would you proceed? Note, the objective is not necessarily to raise profits but to reduce churn.
Learning to solve inference cases: final round cases with very senior partners where no frameworks can be used. London elite law firm case. Evaluating a business opportunity using the cost volume profit/break even curve.
Discussing operations cases. Preparing for the McKinsey PST. What should you be aware of? What the PST is really testing? Why most people fail the PST? Mexican government port investment case, a case about the role/strategy of government. Overview of the fundamental principles to keep in mind for...