Workshop ‘Interview training: Case Cracking’ By Martin Schuit
Since many MBA students switch jobs during or after finishing their MBA program, making a good impression during a job interview is a necessity in getting that dream job. Most job interviews will also contain a case interview, in which you are asked to solve a case and present this back to the interviewers. But how do you prepare for a case interview? And how do you handle such a case? What are the do’s and don’ts in case cracking? In the workshop on case cracking, you will learn about case interviews, how to prepare for it and how to present your results back to the interviewers, as well as applying this to an actual case that you could potentially have to solve in your next interview.
Martin specialises in optimising and innovating business processes from a customer’s perspective. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and his Master’s degree in Innovation Management at Eindhoven Technical University, Martin graduated at the Next Organization writing his thesis on the integration of Sales & Marketing functions into new product development. With his innovative mindset and strong analytical skills, he now translates customer needs into tangible initiatives for sustainable results.
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50 Bayle building, Rotterdam 3062 PA, Netherlands