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I provided some context and I am sorry if the email is far too long. I listened to the Firmsconsulting podcasts and articles I like the honest views provided. I started casing about 6 months ago and completed about cases with casing partners in my consulting club and over the internet.
I bought several books and other programs.
I paid to have my resume edited with an online service. The problem is that I cased with a friend of a friend recently and it did not go well. He is a McKinsey manager. It was very, very bad and he really did not like my resume.
I was embarrassed to explain to him that I did so much work. I am now a little confused and frustrated.
I do not know what I did badly or correctly, and not sure what to do. I feel all my efforts have been wasted and concerned that if I continue, I will keep wasting my time.
Should I quit pursuing management consulting or am I using the wrong services? I would have preferred slightly more information but this is good enough to post a detailed response.
I plan to be brutally honest in this response, as always, so do not take the feedback personally. The feedback is important to help you understand where you stand on your career plans.
It is after all, your life and lifestyle on the line.
It is important to understand that your situation is not uncommon. So you should not feel as if you are doing worse than others. We often speak to candidates who have done 50 to cases and still struggling. My response is split into 4 parts: My first piece of advice is not to spend more money on case training, advice etc.Practice Case.
Diconsa. In this case study, the foundation asked McKinsey to design a basic financial-services offering for inhabitants of remote communities in Mexico.
All people have a security concern about collecting their benefits at a Diconsa, but this is particularly the case in Region B.
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