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I have been working at Keystone Strategy full-time
- Great clients and high impact work: work with major companies and brands on their most pressing problems; regularly work on projects that make national news because of the impact - Positive Feedback and Training & Development driven culture: lots of opportunities to work with senior management on a 1:1 basis; feedback generally tends to be positive with actionable areas for development - Positive Environment: people are happy and highly satisfied at work and find the company very rewarding
- Still a young, growing company with some things to work out. On the bright side, there is a high ability for associates and consultants to provide feedback to partners and help provide input on the future of the firm.
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Keep it up
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Keystone Strategy (New York, NY) in May 2015.
There were two rounds. The first round was a 1-hour phone interview with a consultant consisting of a resume walk-through and one case question. The second round was a set of 4 back-to back in-person interviews, 1 hour each. These interviews were with employees of increasing seniority: Associate Consultant, Senior Consultant, Engagement Manager, Partner. The first three of these interviews each contained fit questions and one case. The final interview with the Partner consisted solely of fit questions. Case questions were always related to actual problems that the company had worked on. With the exception of one case (which was more quantitative), they did not require any computation. The interviewers were instead more interested in your explanation of how you would go about thinking about and solving the problem. Every single one of the interviewers was incredibly friendly and supportive. I would be sure to ask after the in-person interviews about next-steps; otherwise they seem to prefer leaving the time line a bit open-ended. On the whole--a great experience.
- Fit questions: Resume walk-through. Why consulting? Why Keystone? Case questions: We had a client who came to us with this problem....(description of problem)...how would you approach this problem? Answer Question
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