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Case Book MIT Sloan 2001

Case Book MIT Sloan 2001

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A great case prep book with a lot of good step-by-step cases as well as frameworks for cracking them.

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A great case prep book with a lot of good step-by-step cases as well as frameworks for cracking them.

consulting, consulting club, mba, internship, case, case interview, case interviews, mckinsey, bain, bcg, boston consulting group, harvard, hbs, mit, sloan, guide, vault, wetfeet, howto, business school, bschool

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Your performance in this area affects not only you, but also the reputation of MIT Sloan, its
students, and its alumni. Please keep the following in mind…

Your professionalism says a lot about you and MIT Sloan. Any lack of professionalism will have
an even greater and more lasting effect! Here are the rules of interviewing: Don’t break the
rules!

• Follow through on your commitments. Don’t leave corporate presentations
early! If you must, sit by the door and be discrete. If you sign up for an interview
or a company dinner – go. If you must cancel, do so well in advance so someone
else can have your spot.

• Be early. A 9:00 a.m. interview means you should be in with your interviewer at
9:00, not taking off your coat and signing in. If they are running late and this
impacts your schedule, be gracious and work with the coordinator to remedy the
situation. Getting agitated won’t help.

• Be prepared. Employers are very sensitive to people who come in and try to
“wing it”. This reflects poorly on both you and MIT Sloan. So if you aren’t
genuinely interested, don’t take the spot from someone who might really want it.

• Celebrate discretely. Once you get a job offer, you will have the urge to go
singing through the streets. Just remember, many of your friends are still looking
and for them the disappointment is mounting.

• Collaborate rather than compete. By helping one another out, we will all be
prepared to do our best. This will encourage more companies to recruit at Sloan
and for those already here, to hire greater numbers of students.

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Management Consulting Club

2001-2002 Case Book and Interview Guide

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Management Consulting Club

2001-2002 Case Book and Interview Guide

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