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The questions in this chapter are representative examples of Guesstimate Cases. In essence, these questions involve a short case or analysis in which you must try to estimate a value you probably had never considered estimating before. The key to these types of problems is to break them down into logical pieces, walking the interviewer through how you are approaching the problem, and then try to determine appropriate assumptions for the value of key figures in each of those pieces. Guesstimate cases are generally used as part of a first-round interview to warm a candidate up for a full Business Situation Case later in the interview process. Guesstimate cases are also used as a way to test quantitative ability, numerical thinking and judgment, and an to arrive at reasonable assumptions.
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Effective targeting is critical for government programs as well as market penetration strategies to succeed — a challenge exacerbated this past year by the distancing requirements imposed by the COVID pandemic. What approaches can get aid or deliver services to the neediest as quickly, safely and effectively as possible? What technologies can be utilized to optimize relief coverage given operational, geographic and financial limitations? Even while the World Bank oversaw significant increases in public expenditure projects around the world during this period, its monitoring and evaluation programs made it increasingly clear that no amount of donor budget increases alone ensures that the supply of support naturally finds its way to those who most demand it. The provision of public services is, of course, not a distinct feature of a basic needs strategy.
This article provides an example of how a simple tool, the 5 Whys , was used to unearth an assumption embedded in a business process. Once the assumption was revealed and tested with data, impressive results ensued. The 5 Whys is an iterative question-asking technique to identify the root cause underlying a particular symptom. Consider a situation in which a child throws a tantrum and refuses to go to school.