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Project Manager - Operational Marketing Interview (Negative Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. in March 2011.
Interview Details – I sent my resume and cover letter, they contacted me for assesment center to their Parisian office. We were about 20 on that day, in U table, with managers and HR sit in front of us in a big room.
First, the HR girl went on explaining the company through ppt presentation and all, and the managers went on explaining their jobs. It lasted a bit, and it was like "presentation/advertising" before the interview process would begin.
Then, round table: present yourself in 3-5 minutes, you have 10 minutes to prepare.
break with Coca people, who explain us how the company is amazing.
Individual exercise: setting up the best schedule in a big day where you have too much to do and you cannot do everything. Explain why.
Group assesment: we were split in 2 groups of about 8 to 10 people, and we were asked to debate together in front of the jury "be yourselves, like if we are not here". One should not over speak but let other talk in this exercise, balance your speech, and be structured when you talk. Actually, the ones that were chosen did not speak so much during the round table.
In the end, we were asked to say what we had thought about the performance of the person sit next to us. Everyone said nice things in our round table. We heard in the other group, they all went with criticizinz each other.
Interview Question – why do you want to work for us? Answer Question
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