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- high impact, interesting projects - intelligent, quirky, interesting colleagues - better work-life balance than most consulting firms
- less well-known consulting brand - located out of downtown area - still some travel
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Innosight in October 2014.
The first interview was split 50/50 between case and behavioral. The 30 minute case interview asked for you to make a recommendation after analyzing the client problem. The interviewer seemed more interested in the problem-solving process and questions asked than the solution or specific concepts explored. They offered lots of information to help with the case and mostly allowed me to drive the discussion. The behavioral interview was 30 minutes with a different member of the company. They wanted to know about my specific interest in consulting and the company. Lastly they had me do an activity and asked what I thought its significance might be in the context of their practice. Both interviewers were very kind and supportive, continuing to live up to the reputation that the people are great to work with and have a love for learning. This is just the first interview, then you may be invited to a day-long interview at their office. That interview determines whether or not an offer is extended.
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The process is not yet complete, but from the initial interview I have gotten invited to the "super day" which is a day-long interview at their office.
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Innosight hopes clients will think its ideas are outtasight. The consulting and training firm helps companies capitalize on disruptive change within their industries by creating a culture of innovation. Its consulting services are aimed at identifying and analyzing market opportunities through market research and advice on product development and deal-making. Innosight also offers tailored workshop series to managers and team members designed to foster innovation within the organization. Founded in 2000, the company has served such clients as Bell Canada, Dow Corning, SAP ...