“Nicole I emailed you”
Still going through wikijobs, so can’t be much help at the moment. From what I have read, the best thing to do is to try not to get too caught up with case in point. It seems like the cases are not interviewee led (with questions and data), which has caused a few AC candidates to over think and panic.
Its more about working as a team, time-management, being methodical and finally being creative with your solutions. It is also important to remember that in the team case scenario, you are not competing against one another, there is no reason for them to not let everyone in one group through as long as everyone can prove that they are political and just genuinely nice people to work with.
I read a previous candidates thread where he said he needed to find ways of increasing a) funding for tfl tube and b) decreasing congestion. He stated that for a) he suggested increasing sponsorship and advertising. While logical, they felt it wasn’t creative enough. Do you guys have any creative suggestions for both a and b)
It seems that previous candidates also spent ages revising and memorizing the 100’s of Accenture client cases. Do you think this is necessary? I don’t see the value in this?
My confirmation AC email said that they were only recruiting for January 2014 start. Isn’t that a bit weird? I was expecting September 2013 the latest?
Looking forward to your reply