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Demand and Inventory Planner was asked...19 December 2018

They asked me a lot about my past experience and skill set with specific examples.

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I described multiple real instances on how I handled certain projects.

Yamaha Motor

What were some challenges I faced in my previous position?

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Tell them about myself outside of my professional achievements.

AmeriMark Interactive

Where do you see yourself in five years?

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Mid-management.

Burrow

Generic behavioral with some questions about working in a start up environment

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It was meaningless. The hiring manager was totally elsewhere metnally.

Gap

Tell me about your experience.

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I just explained what I have done in my previous job.

J. C. Penney

What inspired you to pursue a career with JCPenney?

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JCP is an iconic retailer in the midst of transformation, which presents a potentially rewarding challenge. I have experience navigating these types of challenges. I also love the JCP shopping experience from a consumer standpoint and would appreciate their continued success. Less

Canda Six Fortune Enterprise

How would you handle order cycle pattern?

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Based on lead time and demand management

True Value

How would you describe the word "assertiveness"?

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Having the ability to be direct and straightforward, but used in business I would also emphasize that forcefullness should be used in a positive manner rather than seeming pushy. Less

Garmin

What do you dislike about your current company?

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I gently suggested improvements my current company can make. I actually like my current job, so I didn’t want to talk trash about it. Less

Vital Choice

What does inventory planning mean to you? (something like that)

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I explained 'just in time' inventory planning when you maximize your turn times on product so you don't go out of stock on something, but you also don't store product for a long time. You are managing your resources in order to meet demand, but not overstock and get bogged down with the logistics of storage. Less

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