Grading Criteria of Presentation Criteria Relevance and quality of analysis Specific Requirement Clearly delineated problem statement MECE

-ness Non-key issues eliminated Flexible application of existing or new concepts, frameworks and models to the specific situation at hand (use of contingency perspective), when appropriate Holistic view/cross-functional integration, when appropriate Hypothesis-driven analysis Fact-based analysis (e.g., using quantitative and qualitative data), distinguishing between fact and opinion Balance, taking into account competing view Sound and critical judgment Irrelevance leads to subtraction of points Use of a variety of data sources and data points (e.g. competitors’ views, internal views, etc.) Use of relevant secondary material, if appropriate Specific, actionable High potential impact Creative new ideas Socially responsible Logical structure, using pyramid system, including, for example: Presenting first the governing thought (one sentence/”30 second answer”), then the supporting evidence Implied question-answer dialogue Clear language Message-headings, not categories Correct chart types Delivery of presentation Due diligence (for example, no typographic errors)

Quality of evidence/data

Quality of solution

Logic/Quality of presentation

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