Very Easy Interview
I applied online and interviewed at General Motors.
Interview Details – First communication was a quick chat with the recruiter to glean salary requirements and confirm interest. This was followed by a phone interview that was supposed to be technical in nature, but was more behavioral. The in person interview was a 45 minute talk about the company and two one hour behavioral interviews. At no point in any of the interviews was my knowledge of Agile assessed. I believe this is because they aren't really looking for Agile Coaches (what they call Agile is using the term loosely). They are looking more for process coaches or auditors. The benefits at GM seem great but the position seemed a bit on the boring side. I let them know I wasn't interested.
Interview Question – Very easy interview. Who knows what they're looking for in the behavioral responses but I suspect you could give standard BS behavioral responses and be fine. Answer Question
At GM, we believe that striking a positive work-life balance leads to an engaged, productive work force. In fact, we believe that by empowering our employees to explore flextime and telecommuting options, not only can… — Full Overview
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