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Case solving Tips shown in Brandwitz'15 RoadShow

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Case solving Tips shown in Brandwitz'15 RoadShow

  1. 1. HOW TO SOLVE A CASE
  2. 2. STEP ONE: CASE ANALYSIS -Use frameworks like: SWOT, Pestel, Porter’s 5 forces, Value Chain Analysis, BCG Matrix, Ansoff Matrix etc. -Don’t forcefully use a framework. Keep it relevant and in- context. -Use only given facts. Don’t assume anything that has not been given in the case. -The case analysis will help you understand the problem.
  3. 3. - Symptom vs. Problem Symptom is something you can answer asking the question ‘why?’ Problem is when you can’t answer the question ‘why?’ -External issues can’t be a problem. -Choose 3 or 4 issues, link market analysis with this. -One key issue must be identified. STEP TWO: KEY ISSUES/ PROBLEMS
  4. 4. -Come up with multiple possible courses of action. -Look at your problems in different ways; find a new perspective that you haven't thought of before. -While a suitable solution may solve the problem, it may not work if resources aren't available, if people won't accept it, or if it causes new problems. STEP THREE: ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS
  5. 5. -Evaluate each possible course of action determined in step three. -One way of doing the evaluation is doing a pros and cons analysis. -Important: evaluating each solution in an objective manner. Don’t make one solution overly positive or overly negative. -Make sure that the solution you are giving is implementable and relevant. STEP FOUR: EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES
  6. 6. STEP FIVE: RECOMMENDATIONS -This is where you showcase your creativity. -Consider compromising when you have a full grasp of the problem. Competing solutions may yield a hybrid solution. -Always monitor and evaluate the effects of it on your resources and stakeholders. -Define a clear end goal and explain how you will achieve it.
  7. 7. 1 3 5 2 4 OVERVIEW Case Analysis Key Issues/ Problems Recommendations Alternative ActionsEvaluation of Alternatives
  8. 8. THANK YOU!

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