MECE Framework: Case Interview Example

The Mutually Exhaustive Collectively Exhaustive (MECE) framework is an important problem structuring principle that consultants use to organize data efficiently and comprehensively. In this article, we will cover how to utilize MECE in a case interview setting. To watch a video … Continue Reading

BCG Careers vs Working At Bain or McKinsey

BCG careers are distinctive vs competitors Bain and McKinsey. In this video, Jenny Rae focuses not on Bain Case Interviews like in some of our other videos, but on culture- what’s it’s like to work for Boston Consulting Group. What … Continue Reading

Marriott Rewards Levels: Choosing Benefits

Marriott Platinum Elite: Help Me Choose Marriott Bonvoy Choice Benefits Disclaimer: The MC Team is passionate about travel, and writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Management Consulted may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network. As a … Continue Reading

Consulting Firms: Networking The Non-Sleazy Way

Consulting Firms: Networking the Non-Sleazy Way Consulting firms are famous black boxes with armies of Brooks Brother adorned management consultants that are unapproachable. The thought of consulting firms networking can seem like a pretty daunting task. In fact, after “case … Continue Reading

McKinsey Careers vs working at Bain or BCG

McKinsey careers differ from working at Bain or BCG. Listen to our video and get important insights sourced from the professional team of ex-MBB consultants (including McKinsey consultants) at Management Consulted. There are some important differences in structure, philosophy, and even … Continue Reading