The McKinsey Way
This great book gives a real glimpse into the McKinsey culture and approach and more broadly it gives a true overview of how the consulting industry works. It is a good read for those who are approaching the industry and want a first-hand view on what the daily life of consultants is like.
It is a very easy and quick read.
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Case in Point
This is the great classic of case prep courses that most of us (authors of the website) used back in the day.
It is well written, well structured and clear and give tons of great suggestions. It's definitely a must have for you guys that are soon approaching consulting interviews.
Don't forget to do tons of practice too - theory alone from the book is a good start, but it won't take you anywhere without a good number of mock interviews to put into practice the insights gained from the book.
Mock interviews must comprise the core part of your interview preparation plan. We recommend that you have at least 3 mock interviews with consultants that work in your target consulting companies.
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If you’ve arrived here then it’s clear that you don't lack the commitment or determination to succeed. I am certain that the above-mentioned resources will be a great compass for you to navigate across the consulting sea... enjoy our website!
The Management Consultant - mastering the art of consultancy
The book aims at answering one simple question: "What does it take to be a successful management consultant?"
It is an easy yet useful read that guides you through the skills and attributes that make great consultants and explains how to develop them and increase your performance (and so bonus and career).