PM Interview Questions - What to Ask Candidates Applying for PM Positions
A good candidate for any PM position will need many different skills and personal attributes. Interviews intended to select the best candidate for a given position should use, in part, a predetermined set of questions that will support the interviewer in gaining insights into the applicants overall PM skill set and suitability for the respective opening.
Step 1 - Review the Question Set and Notes to Interviewers
Step 2 - Use or Modify Questions and/or Notes to Align with Org Needs
Step 3 - Review Prior to the Interview, Use Document to Capture Notes
Step 4 - Use Interviews to Improve the Questions Set and Notes
WHAT - Questions that can be used for interviewing candidates for PM positions. Questions cover basic skills and experience and can be tailored to the respective environment.
WHY - Selecting the best applicant for a PM position requires information about the applicant's skills and experience in multiple areas. Since there are so many facets to being a good project manager, a framework of predefined questions is essential for a competent interview to be conducted.
HOW - The available question set can be used in different ways. Options are:
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