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Accenture case study interview

 
#1 Accenture case study interview
25/03/2014 12:10

charliefarley

Got a case study interview coming up for a senior manager role in Talent & Organisation - anyone got any tips on the format and what to expect?

Thanks.

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#2 RE: Accenture case study interview
25/03/2014 14:50

Expcons15 to charliefarley (#1)

I've recently been through the case study+ MD Interview and it basically involved a 30 min discussion with the MD around a 1 page case study, followed by a general chat around my CV/skills for the role.

The case study was based on a merger between two very different banks, who were experiencing a number of issues due to their differences. I had 10 minutes to review the study (the MD left the room during this time), identify the main issues that were highlighted and come up with some recommendations.

The issues were fairly straightforward to identify but the recommendations required a bit more thought. Once the MD returned, I had to run through each of the issues and provide my recommendations to him. He asked quite a few follow up questions as we went through each point. However, there's no right or wrong answer. They are basically just looking to see how analytical you are and how well you can think on your feet.

The MD went through my CV in a lot of detail so it would be good to make sure you are thorough with it and can describe any projects/achievements in detail.

Hope that helps!

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#3 RE: Accenture case study interview
27/03/2014 12:51

charliefarley to Expcons15 (#2)

Thanks, Expcons15, very helpful.

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#4 RE: Accenture case study interview
24/04/2014 13:43

spenser to charliefarley (#3)

Hi

I have a Case Study Interview coming up next week for the T&O Consultant role .

Could some one share any tips and insights on what to expect?

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#5 RE: Accenture case study interview
24/04/2014 14:39

InterviewBay2 to spenser (#4)

Hi

You can go through some tips for Accenture interview at : http://www.interviewbay.com/blog/accenture-recruitment-process-tips

Good Luck!

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#6 RE: Accenture case study interview
24/04/2014 19:09

presidentbartlet to spenser (#4)

T&O = colouring in - bring some crayola

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#7 RE: Accenture case study interview
28/04/2014 12:23

kyjuan to presidentbartlet (#6)

Hi,

I also have a case/MD interview coming up this Thursday but for a telecommunications solution architect role. Anybody have an idea of what to expect for this?

Help will be mostly appreciated.

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#8 RE: Accenture case study interview
01/05/2014 20:38

spenser to Expcons15 (#2)

Hi Expcons15,

I have a Case Study Interview tomorrow and wondering if the case study focuses on HR issues and solutions for Talent and Organization practice? Or it could totally unrelated to HR?

What was your experience?

I've recently been through the case study+ MD Interview and it basically involved a 30 min discussion with the MD around a 1 page case study, followed by a general chat around my CV/skills for the role.

The case study was based on a merger between two very different banks, who were experiencing a number of issues due to their differences. I had 10 minutes to review the study (the MD left the room during this time), identify the main issues that were highlighted and come up with some recommendations.

The issues were fairly straightforward to identify but the recommendations required a bit more thought. Once the MD returned, I had to run through each of the issues and provide my recommendations to him. He asked quite a few follow up questions as we went through each point. However, there's no right or wrong answer. They are basically just looking to see how analytical you are and how well you can think on your feet.

The MD went through my CV in a lot of detail so it would be good to make sure you are thorough with it and can describe any projects/achievements in detail.

Hope that helps!

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#9 RE: Accenture case study interview and MD interview
07/05/2014 21:55

spenser to spenser (#8)

Hi All,

I got a call from Accenture today for the last and the most important MD interview.

Your inputs were of great help in terms of preparation. I am now gearing for the MD interview and hoping to get some insights on the same

1.What to expect?

2.Any tips and insights based on your experiences

Thanks a ton!

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#10 RE: Accenture case study interview
08/05/2014 12:26

kyjuan to spenser (#9)

Hi Spencer,

I had my MD/case study interview last week and waiting for outcome. Broken into two parts. Part I was HR...the usual competency based questions and nothing else. Interviewer was fairly detailed but once you're prepared and are used to competency based questions (STAR methodology) this shouldn't phase you at all.

Part II was with the MD. First bit MD was covering my CV. Going a bit indepth et all. Next bit was the case study which was focused on telecoms as that was the area i was being interviewed on. 10 minutes to read and then you advise after. There's no right, wrong or perfect prep for this as i found out. You just have to do your best there and then. I can't say i was as impressive as i'd personally have wanted there but i'd like to think i made grounds on this during next bit that followed which had to do with general questions surrounding the telecoms industry which i was fairly comfortable with. Finally an opportunity to ask the MD questions.

Advise: Do your research about accenture and their past projects. I threw in a few of those as examples when answering certain questions as well as responding to the case study and i thought the MD was impressed as these were projects he wasn't even aware of.

MD/case study feedbacks will vary from person to person but i hope this helps to an extent.

All the best.

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#11 RE: Accenture case study interview
08/05/2014 19:49

spenser to kyjuan (#10)

Thanks a ton for inputs and advice kyjuan.

Actually my case interview is done, so just concentrating on the MD interview now.

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