Where are you aiming to go with your career? No matter what destination you have in mind, there has never been a better time to be a management consultant.
First-year employees get offered salaries of $90K annually.
More experienced consultants easily earn six-figure incomes plus bonuses.
Management Consulting Case Essentials will teach you the fundamentals of mastering management consulting cases.
This course will focus in detail on the three essentials for mastering management consulting success:
We will pull back the curtain on how top consultants at McKinsey, BCG and Bain make solving complex business problems look easy.
We provide you with all the tools and techniques and most importantly how to become better focused on your career, business and yourself.
Management Consulting is such a satisfying and fulfilling career path to pursue because you end up having an immensely positive impact on the lives of so many people.
The skills you will learn and develop in this course to solve key business problems for companies will create domino effects every time that will positively impact the lives many people, potentially numbering in the hundreds or thousands … and in a few cases perhaps even millions of people.
Depending upon the niche(s) you end up serving, the solutions you develop could improve your country’s economic presence in the world. Or it might play a major role in promoting environmental protection and stability.
Conceivably, your work could even play a role in saving human lives.
Health care, manufacturing, government, retail, entertainment, retailing… the list of potential ways to apply your skills is only limited by your imagination.
This course will teach you to develop the strong analytical skills needed in order to deliver great work and creative solutions to complex business problems, resulting in improvements at every level of an organization.
Management consulting is a rapidly growing field.
Top firms are offering salaries of $90,000 or more for first-year employees. Experienced consultants can easily earn six figures plus bonus. With the techniques you'll learn in my course, you can write your own ticket.
The time to take action is now! It will give you unlimited access to a library of more than 40 training videos. We give you numerous step-by-step guides including profitability, market analysis, capacity expansion, mergers and acquisitions, market entry, investing and organization cases. Plus, you'll receive in-depth case studies, toolkits and other invaluable information.
Full case studies include:
Just a basic working knowledge of business and the motivation to improve your business career.
Here's what your investment delivers.
Over 41 lectures and 3 hours of content!
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I always start my courses by asking, "Who Is This Course for?"
Although this course is directed towards management consultants, I believe that it will benefit anyone who participates online. There are no prerequisites for taking this course. If you do participate online, you will constantly find yourself creating value for your career whether you like it or not, and it's important to understand what management consulting means, how you can solve all types of complex business problems, and the implications that it may have.
As you head towards graduation, inevitably your thoughts will turn to which career to pursue and so management consulting is what you are considering. What is most likely that you'll be thinking is that you'll do it for a few years and then move on to another job. You are not alone in that thought process. Consulting firms tend to be some of the top employers of MBAs and college graduates. Despite them recruiting large numbers, the competition to land a job with them is tough every year.
There are three categories of Management Consulting case studies:
I have separated the Business Case into seven sub-topics. These topics can cover the most frequently used business scenarios, ranging from increasing profitability to acquisition, from organization behavior to market analysis.
You must remember though that these seven categories are not mutually exclusive or completely exhaustive i.e. they are not MICE. A market entry case may require industry analysis. An acquisition case may also involve evaluating return on investment. There are some cases which may not fit neatly into any of the six major business case types as they have elements from one or more of them.
In a competitive marketplace, a business owner must learn to achieve a satisfactory level of profitability, in this lecture, we're going to explore profitability.
In this section, we're going to cover six approaches boost profitability.
As one of the premium manufacturers and sellers of leather products, the client MCM or Modern Creation Munich is among the leaders in the segment in which they operate (mid to premium). Recently, faced with increasing competition from other luxury brands, they wish to grow rapidly and have approached you for possible options. What would you recommend to the client?
Let’s define it: an industry analysis is a business function completed to assess the current business environment. This analysis helps businesses understand various economic pieces of the marketplace and how these various pieces may be used to gain a competitive advantage. Business owners or management consultants may carry out this analysis.
Let us assume that our client is a marketing company, say Ogilvy & Mather. They have approached us as they are want to understand the management consulting industry better. The reason why they are doing this is that they are in the process of blueprinting a market entry strategy for the management consultant industry.
Explore the concept and strategies of market entry.
In this video, we're going to explain the different approaches to enter a new market.
In this video, our client BMW would like us to assess if it’s possible to enter Mongolian market, if yes, how would they design the market entry strategy.
Capacity is defined as being the maximum level of output of goods and/or services that a given system can potentially produce over a set period of time. It is rare that any system can operate at full capacity for long periods. This is due to natural inefficiencies and other factors which can decrease output.
“You’re either growing or your dying” - people can have dramatic interpretations of this quote. The art of growing smoothly and well is highly desired in business. All growth must come from a firm’s capacity to grow. Capacity here can be viewed as talent or money or both.
We will now turn to production capacity. To start us off let us define Capacity Utilization. It is “The percentage of total capacity that is actually being achieved in a given period.” The formula for this, is the actual level of output divided by the maxim possible output, multiplied by 100.
Currently, Pere Ocean is the second largest mineral water manufacturer in Singapore - its domestic market. By increasing production capacity by a million liters a year, management believe that Pere Ocean can become the number one player in the market in terms of revenue and volume. So, the client - Pere Ocean - would like you to advise them on whether they should increase capacity by one million liters per annum. What is your recommendation?
The special alchemy of a merger or an acquisition, is taking the logic that one plus one can equal three. The key aim of such transactions is to create shareholder which goes beyond the value of the sum of the two companies y themselves. Through combing two companies, the new entity will be more valuable - at least, that's the reasoning behind merger and acquisitions or M&A for short.
Normally, we only ever read and hear about the successful mergers and acquisitions. The M&As which failed to cross the finish line, we hear a lot less about. The reasons for an M&A transaction to fail are numerous. Without doubt, M&A transactions that are well-conceived have the ability to create increased shareholder value and generate improved profits. If not carefully planned and executed, however, this potential may be squandered. When a company is considering doing an M&A deal, these are the points they are suggested to look at
In 2012, Microsoft has decided to consider buying Yammer. By 2012, Yammer is profitable and its revenue is expected to see steady, continued growth. The CEO of Yammer is open to the company being bought and has offered to sell for $1.2 billion. Is the prices offered, a reasonable price for Microsoft to pay?
An investment for a business is normally spending a large amounts of cash on assets which are expected to be functional and support the business's activities for many years.
In 2010, one of GP Investment's funds is assessing a proposal to build a new football stadium in Brazil. Post construction, the private equity firm will continue to own and operate the football stadium for a five year period. After that period, the investment fund plans to sell the stadium to a new owner. Should the investment fund make this investment? Make sure to consider and prove the profitability of the project.
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