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You are hired by H Hotel to work with their pricing.
They would like you to advise whether they should raise their daily room rate from $160 to $180.
What would you recommend?
Consulting Case Studies Overview
In this case, the client is a hotel that is considering raising prices. The question being asked is, “should the hotel raise the daily room rate from $160 to $180?” It’s your job to confidently answer the question.
The Profitability Framework is a good place to start when thinking about a structure for the case, but don’t limit yourself to the basic frameworks. Use your structuring experience and creativity to create a custom framework tailored to the case study.
With a qualitative difficulty score of 2/4, this is a case study you would most likely see in a Booz Allen Hamilton second round. There are no math diagrams in the case.
BAH Interview Tips
What does Booz Allen Hamilton look for in its case interview candidates? Fine-tuned interpersonal and presentation skills.
Make sure to emphasize your communication ability, especially in the final recommendation at the end of the case.
To make the most of your case practice, time yourself throughout the case. Aim to take no more than 4 minutes to create and present your structure, 5 minutes for math, 2 minutes for brainstorming, and 2 minutes for a conclusion.
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