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February 18, 2016

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Thursday, February 18, 2016

7:30 AM - 9:00 AM Mastering the Case Job Interview

Particularly popular in management consulting and investment banking, the case interview method has been adopted by other types of firms to assess a candidate “in action.”  You are introduced to a business dilemma facing a company. You are then asked to analyze the situation, identify key business issues, and discuss how you would address the problems involved.

Case interviews are designed to assess that are important to the workplace:  quantitative skills, analytical skills, problem-solving ability, communications skills, creativity, flexibility, the ability to think quickly under pressure, listening skills, business acumen, keen insight, interpersonal skills, the ability to synthesize findings, professional demeanor, and powers of persuasion.

 This workshop will introduce participants to the unique skills and approach required to be successful in case interviews.  Topics covered will include:

  • Why case interviews are used
  • Types of questions to expect
  • Role and responsibilities of the interviewee
  • Case interview in four distinct stages
  • Select frameworks for analysis (Profitability Framework, Business Analysis Framework)
  • Live case analysis
  • Resources and practice

 

About the presenter:

James Quinn

Managing Director, Case Study Consulting

James has 10 years of experience as a case writer and consultant in the private and nonprofit sectors. As a case writer with Harvard Business School, he co-authored 35 case studies in the areas of strategy, marketing, finance, operations, negotiation, general management, and social enterprise. His work has been used widely in leading companies, public sector agencies, and higher education institutions around the world.

Continental breakfast provided.

There is a $25 no-show fee applied to each of these events. If you RSVP, and are unable to attend, you must notify the office within 24 hours.

RSVP Here using password sbsgrad2016

Questions? Contact businessgrad@suffolk.edu.

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Applying to Graduate School Webinar
Learn about Suffolk's master's programs directly from graduate admission staff. This webinar will provide you with a better understanding of the application process and the flexible learning options available at Suffolk.

REGISTER ONLINE
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Roman Catholic Lexio & Lunch
Come join the Interfaith Center (Donahue 540) for Catholic guided meditation in the style of St.Ignatius and pizza!

For more information about Interfaith Center events, contact:
Rev. Amy Fisher, University Chaplain
Ext. 8325

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Meet a Muslim
Come join us for a discussion on Islam & Islamophobia at 4:00pm in D403.

Part 1 of 4 in Religion and Politics Series. 

For more information about Interfaith Center events, please contact: 
Reverend Amy Fisher, University Chaplain at interfaith@suffolk.edu or 617-573-8325
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Qur'an Study
Join our halagah or "circle" on Thursdays to gain a deeper knowledge of the Holy text in Donahue 540.

For more information about Interfaith Center events, contact Reverend Amy Fisher at interfaith@suffolk.edu. 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Careers in Sociology
Come hear from a panel of recent graduates about their careers and how they are putting their Sociology degrees to work!
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Design Educator Series: Typography in the Classroom
Here at NESAD,  AIGA  Boston is kicking off  a new Design Educator Series  The first meeting in this series will focus on the process and best practices of teaching typography on Thursday evening February 18th 2016. There will be several design educators presenting their assignments/pedagogy in a set of short form presentations and afterward, some socializing.

Please consider making an effort to support this type of programming. There are never enough opportunities for us to get together and share ideas.

To register go to https://boston.aiga.org/event/design-educator-series-typography-in-the-classroom/

AIGA Members: $10

Non-Member:$5
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Identity Crisis
PAO's spring Pioneer Series Production occurs each year, and is aimed at identifying and addressing relevant social, cultural and societal issues in the current day.  This year's production, "Identity Crisis," is a devised piece that will focus on the important topics of race, ethnicity, gender, religion and sexuality.

The show will take a critical look at these topics and the systemic stereotypes and oppression that result in context.  We also hope to bring a bit of humor to the conversation and make it feel more approachable.  The show will prove to be an important look into the topics that sit at the forefront of today's news, culture, and priorities.

Tickets will be available the week before the production, and can be picked up in the PAO (D409) free of charge.  This show will be on February 18-19 & 20 at 7:30pm in the C. Walsh Theatre. 

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