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A un Program Manager (PM) Intern le preguntaron...1 de diciembre de 2020

Explain recursion to a 3 year old

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Recursion is like a stem on broccoli. Breaking off each stem is simply reducing the whole by using smaller parts of itself. Menos

Hello, as an MS employee I have created an interview prep guide for Microsoft interviews, based on my and my colleagues' recent interview experiences. The guide has questions you should expect along with our answers that got us into Microsoft. You can find it here: (please do not forget to also look at the reviews at the bottom of that page). Thanks and good luck! Ryan Menos

Alameda County Social Services

How will I contribute to the organization.

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I am creative, hard-working, ambitious and determined person to accomplish any goal I set my mind too. Menos


Describe great and not-so-great managers you've worked with in the past. What attributes did they possess that led to the quality of your relationship?

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This is a question that throws a lot of people off. No one will go through their entire career maintaining perfect relationships with every single supervisor. However, it's important not to bash someone else's reputation or focus on the negative aspects of a not-so-great working relationships. Answer this question honestly with certain characteristics that made working with the individual difficult and then expound on ways that you adapted to their management style to get the work done. Then stress at least three attributes that your favorite manager possessed that made working with them enjoyable (e.g. "He/She promoted my professional development", "He/She maintained open communication with me"). Menos

CPS Energy

The behvioral based questions used the STAR format, (Situation, Task, Action, Result.) This allows the interviewer to gather information about a specific capacity that the job requires. Situation: The interviewer wants you to present a recent challenge and situation in which you found yourself. Task: What did you have to achieve? The interviewer will be looking to see what you were trying to achieve from the situation. Action: What did you do? The interviewer will be looking for information on what you did, why you did it and what the alternatives were. Result: What was the outcome of your actions? What did you achieve through your actions and did you meet your objectives? What did you learn from this experience and have you used this learning since?

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I gave specific, detailed examples. The interviewer is looking for past experience, not theory. Menos

Agilent Technologies

I see you have managed laboratories at your last two positions, how does you experience with the management of the laboratory correlate to managing projects and teams where you do not have managerial authority?

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My experience with managing laboratories is similar to managing project and project teams. Each day a manager needs to evaluate and review the daily tasks and the people assigned to the tasks. A manager primary purpose should be removing obstacles to ensure people can completely their tasks successfully, have the necessary tools to complete their tasks, and are staying focused on the project and tasks with minimum distractions. Whether their goals are to completed today or within the next 6 months, managers need to ensure the players are focused on the project goals. Menos

ZT Systems

Why did you leave company XYZ? ( asked by 4 of 7 people) Answer: I left because the project completed successfully and the contract expired. Question: Yeah, But why did you leave? Answer: The contract wasn't expired and I wasn't going to get payed for showing up. Question: So that's why you left???

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I interviewed for the same position and based on the questions you posted, the same group of people interviewed me. I feel like they're treating senior professionals like interns. One interviewer was pulling questions out of a book and won't move on until he hears the answers he wants to word for word. The other person was clearly distracted and kept on talking on mute to other people. I was extremely insulted. ZT needs to understand interview is a mutual selection process for the company and the candidate, please respect other people's time. Menos


To give more details in a particular area and how much knowledge I had in reference to certain computer technology.

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I stated I knew what it was but never had the opportunity to work on it, but would research it and learn about it for future reference. Menos


Why was I leaving my current position?

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I was leaving my current company and position for a better cultural fit that was more inline with what I believe in. The culture at my current company has shifted away from the core values and I wanted the opportunity to work for a company that upholds their core values at all cost. Menos


Why should we hire you?

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I have experience and I love the challenge this opportunity presents

Air Products

The standard behavioral questions. Technical questions about my internships. Technical questions over class materials. I am mechanical, so fluid dynamics and machine design.

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STAR Method. (Situation, Task, Action, Result)

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