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MTN Irancell
ERP Business & Systems Analysis Manager was asked...15 July 2018

what is your plan for next 5 years

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being in your place

Improving my working experience in a bigger company

Chr. Hansen A/S

Since this is a new position, how would you go about defining your role as the business manager?

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My first task would be to get to know the company, it's structure and people. Then I would ask to spend some time learning the operations by observing and spending time with the operations management. During this process I would ask probing questions to determine the type of information they are lacking in performing their daily tasks in an attempt to formulate a plan of action. Less

Aerotek

Tell me of how you got along with a difficult colleague at work Consisted of multiple choice questions and one to one interview. If successful then invited to meet with senior engineers for technical assessment. Consisted of multiple choice questions and one to one interview. If successful then invited to meet with senior engineers for technical assessment. I don't like this because the force you to give information then you access the website. Not fair

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Consisted of multiple choice questions and one to one interview. If successful then invited to meet with senior engineers for technical assessment.Consisted of multiple choice questions and one to one interview. If successful then invited to meet with senior engineers for technical assessment. I don't like this because the force you to give information then you access the website. Not fair Less

Capital One

The first person who I interviewed with was so uncomfortable. He was like he wanted to leave the room asap. He didn't speak before the case question and was not clear about the question.

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hi. will you please tell me what there was no offer. what happens when you go for interview and after that? do you mean that getting the interview is not still getting the job? even after you pass the phone interview and the assessment?! Less

Capital One

The cases were quantitative and nothing like management consulting cases. One really tripped me up - had nothing to do with anything you ever learn in business school. Disappointed.

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do you still remember the behavioral questions?

Capital One

Case study 2 was about identifying the profitability of a marketing plan designed to grow existing savings accounts. I felt this study was more challenging.

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Based on the example I was given I calculated the banks profit per subscriber account before and after the campaign ran. Also had to compare to a control group that didn't receive the marketing materials, Less

Allianz Insurance

Tell me about yourself and why you are applying for this role.

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I described my career so far, why I took a break, why I know wanted to return to work, and why I wanted this job in particular Less

Genentech

Be prepared to do a case study with multiple questions.

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No right or wrong answers, show initiative and problem solving skills.

Cisco Systems

Explain about your previous work experience?

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Narrate your experiences by condensing all stints into a story.

Sevita

The primary interviewer gave what I call the "impossible question." She painted a business scenario where failure was unavoidable and where you were absolutely accountable and kept asking specific questions about how I would react, resolve, continue to work in that situation.

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I ended up using variants of that scenario in many of my hiring situations since. The goal (I suspect) is to see what a candidate does/says/thinks "under pressure" but I find it becomes a gauge for people problem solving and spontaneous creativity (which is where I went with it) as you see how candidates work to re-frame or contextualize the scenario - and you get a sense of their conflict-resolution style (stand off, call in reinforcements, remediation/placation/de-escalation, "horse-trading," avoiding, or just "go around" etc...). Less

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