How to Win the WeWork Case Study Podcast with 40 Launch Founder

Recently, one of our students was presented with a case study from WeWork after a Round 2 interview with the hiring manager. When we first received this case study, we knew that we needed to ask for additional information to complete the case study and find out what WeWork really wants from this. In the attached document you will find some data regarding 10 hotels in region ABC.

You recently joined the Revenue Optimization team of this region and you are asked to deliver the following:

Communicate to senior leadership what do you see/understand from the data. This needs to be structured in the following way:

  • Summarize key data insights

  • What are the existing challenges that you see?

  • What are the key opportunities to optimize revenue?

  • How you would prioritize these opportunities?

  • What are the success metrics

Communicate a roadmap that summarizes the action plan. (Note: Don’t worry about time. You can use steps instead of a specific time). Communicate an action plan. How you will operationalize/execute the above action plan?

  • Who needs to be involved

  • What are the dependencies

  • Roll out plan

  • How to manage communication, training, etc.

  • How to manage sprint planning

Notes:

The audience of this presentation is going to be the senior leadership. The objective is to help them fully understand what is happening in this region,  and get them on-board with your suggested path of action

This is not needed, but in case that you are wondering your suggestions can be used by internal users to drive revenue. For example, the internal revenue management team of these 10 hotels.

We are interested in the way you think, structure, and communicate. As this requires a quick turn-around, data collection & analysis is not expected. If you think data analysis is critical to support your decision: it’s ok to either:

  • Estimate based on what you know/think, or

  • Provide an illustrative example of what insight you think data analysis would generate

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