Accenture Case Study Prompt
Your client is a US firm which owns a meat packing plant in Spain. Over the last few periods profits have steadily declined, despite growing volume.
You have been hired to figure out why. How would you structure your approach to this problem?
This Accenture case study involves a company with a meat packing plant. The plant has seen profits declining in the face of growing volume. Your job is to look into the profitability, determine the cause of the decline, and recommend a solution for your client.
Involve the Profitability Framework in your structuring process, but don’t get stuck with the framework. Use your business acumen and experience with the basic frameworks to build a customs structure to solve the case study.
The Accenture case study has a qualitative difficulty score of 2/4. It’s a case you would likely see in an Accenture first round. The case has no math exhibits.
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What does Accenture look for in its case interview candidates? A logical problem-solving process, and a willingness to think outside the box and get creative.
In this Accenture case study, don’t be afraid to push the edges of your creativity to impress your interviewer.
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