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Crack the Case Workshops

Crack the Case Level 1

Cases are not just for consulting interviews anymore! Marketing, banking, high tech, healthcare and a variety of other industries are now using cases to differentiate candidates. Our highly engaging workshop will give you a complete overview of how to do well on your cases. You will be challenged to think beyond simple frameworks and learn to handle a variety of analytical problems in your upcoming interviews. This foundational course is perfect for those new to case interviews, as well as students with basic to intermediate skills. Learn More…

Register for one of the two identical sessions.

Saturday, September 12; Time: 9:00am-12:30pm
Sunday, Septembe4 13; Time: 9:00am-12:30pm

Location: Online – Zoom Platform

  • Please use a PC, laptop or tablet with the camera and microphone enabled.
  • This is an interactive session where participation is required. We will use the Zoom room break-out feature for in-class partner exercises.

Crack the Case Level 2* – for those who would like to dive deeper into the communication and analytic techniques that will help you succeed in your interviews. Learn more…

*Prerequisite: Attendees must have attended Crack the Case Level 1

Register for one of the two sessions.

Saturday, September 12: Time: 1:30pm-5:00pm
Sunday, September 13: Time: 1:30pm-5:00pm

Location: Online – Zoom Platform

  • Please use a PC, laptop or tablet with the camera and microphone enabled.
  • This is an interactive session where participation is required. We will use the Zoom room break-out feature for in-class partner exercises.

Watch these two videos before the workshop.

 

Watch these two videos before the workshop.

Speaker: Robert Kimmel

Robert Kimmel is a graduate of the Harvard Business School, a current operations and strategy consultant and a former management consultant for the Boston Consulting Group. He worked on BCG cases ranging from pharmaceuticals to consumer goods, specializing in operations and supply chain. Robert was a fixture on the recruiting cadre for the Boston Office, conducting over 200 interviews and leading case workshops and networking events. Robert is also a current career coach for students at HBS, where he focuses on working with individuals looking at entering the consulting field.

In addition to BCG, Robert has worked with private-equity-backed companies, has direct operations management experience and spent time as a marketing associate. He is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt. He is chairman and co-founder of a startup, and has a Mechanical Engineering degree, cum laude from Texas A&M. He is an HBS Baker Scholar.