5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Timed

So if you've just arrived here now, you may have missed a few well-intentioned posts. Just as a recap, here are: Planning Constructing Applying Supporting And now it is time for Timing. The last of the Wells is Well timed. Time needs no introduction in the land of case study exams. As you probably already know, … Continue reading 5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Timed

5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Supported

This is it! Our penultimate post in the series! Probably something of a surprise today is that it's not going to be a very long commentary like the others. You are probably wondering why on Earth would a topic like being well supported be such a short post. The simple reason is that we have … Continue reading 5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Supported

5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Applied

Welcome to our third post in the series! To build on our post last week, here's a peek on our answer structure (Note: again, yours may look a little different, and that's okay): Introduction: proposal highlights - director push for online selling, look at points whether they pose threats or opportunities for the company Body: Threat … Continue reading 5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Applied

5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Constructed

Last week, you guys learnt: that a good answer consisted of 5 Wells that planning is essential how to plan for key points and theories after reading a question, and... that I'm watching reruns of The Office (U.S.)   😀 Welcome to our second post in the series! To build on our first post, let's … Continue reading 5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Constructed

5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Planned

Well, well, well, well, well. I must admit that whilst watching a rerun of The Finale episode of "The Office (U.S.)", I was inspired to write this series of posts. The first five words above were uttered by Kevin Malone when he meets his old manager, Dwight Schrute, for the first time after being fired … Continue reading 5 Wells of a Good Answer – Well Planned