ISB (Indian School of Business) Interview Experiences 2017-18

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The final round of selection at ISB (Indian School of Business) consists of a Personal Interview.
Feedback - Personal Interview
Duration: 20-35 minutes
No. of Panelists: 2-3
Excerpt from Interview 1-
Candidate Profile:Work Experience of 3.5 years in Operations/Supply Chain
Explain your career progression. Why did you switch to Whirlpool? Elaborate. (Questions on a project undertaken at the job and other work experience related questions)Why MBA? So, what was your role in this magazine at college? (Questions on clubs and boards in college) Do you have any questions for us?
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Excerpt from Interview 2-
Candidate Profile: Work Experience of 4.5 years inBusiness Analytics
You are a re-applicant. So, what has changed in the last one year?Let’s understand this better: could you give me an example?Why did you need customer interaction when you had all the data and the ability to do all the analysis?So, is the problem solved now? You have written you can switch contexts easily. Could you give us 2-3 examples?If you were to switch context to Lending industry post-MBA, how will you do that?(Questions on a particular pilot project) Why the switch from Mu Sigma (data analytics firm) to MMT, which is highly dynamic and is very demanding and where the data models would go obsolete very soon?Your recommender has written that you are proactive in giving feedback. Do you follow this?But doesn’t it turn ugly when talking to seniors??Is it easier to give feedback to juniors?Describe how do you go about deploying any project?So choosing between deploying v/s accuracy, what do you choose?But doesn’t it lead to a loss in long-term?What is stopping you from going to companies like Flipkart in Product Manager Roles? Why do you need an MBA?Apart from data, what has changed in the last five years?
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