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Intuit Product Manager Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jun 11, 2014
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Product Manager
San Diego, CA

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Interview Details – Use a Behavior based interview starting w/ standard character questions. Interviews usually are 3 - 4 hours and involve either several stakeholders and may include a panel. Interviews usually start with a general intro and basic soft ball questions... get progressively more difficult ...

Interview Question – Describe some of the best practices/strategies you use for Marketing data analysis and the different methodologies for devising marketing analysis plans.   Answer Question

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Product Manager
Mountain View, CA

I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Intuit in January 2014.

Interview Details – Process took about 3-4 weeks. Process involved initial phone screens with recruiter, hiring manager followed by onsite interview with a team of 5 interviewers - hiring manager, couple of product managers, marketing and engineering reps.

Interviewers were fairly professional. Intuits interviews tend to be mostly behavioral in nature tending towards the type of how would you respond in a particular situation? what is your approach in xyz scenario? Felt that there was an emphasis on going lean too. The engineering lead was specifically probing on areas around lean product development. Nothing technical involved. This is ideal for a PM generalist. It did seem that they had an interesting approach to product management where customers are engaged fairly intimately with the product design and development process.

Biggest gripe was with the recruiter. No communication after weeks from the onsite interview and i see the same position reposted too on their site. Even if the decision is obvious, it fairly reflects their lack of professionalism and that is consistent with similar experiences from other candidates in this forum.

Interview Question – Laborius STAR format questions - tell me about a time when X happened resulting in Y and you did Z to resolve that? same format to themes like conflict resolution, removing roadblocks, favorite consumer product, biggest challenge and etc. etc....interviewees should have the following nailed down :
1) why intuit and this role?
2) why leave you current role?
3) what are you looking for in your next role?
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Product Manager
Mountain View, CA

I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Intuit in April 2011.

Interview Details – An Intuit recruiter emailed me to set up the phone screen and after that set me up with the hiring manager for a phone interview. The phone interview went well. The hiring manager said that the recruiter would be in touch with me within the next few business days to let me know if I would advance. That was about 4 weeks ago, and the recruiter has not responded to any of my email follow ups. Unprofessional and unorganized.

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Product Manager
Plano, TX

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Intuit in May 2007.

Interview Details – The interview process was focused on two things: 1) how you would respond in certain basic situations pertaining to the job and 2) how you have exemplified certain leadership characteristics in past roles. Using examples outside of the workforce was a plus if it was applcable to leadership attributes.

Interview Question – How have you had to deal with customer expectations in the past?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – no negotiation

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Product Manager
Bangalore (India)

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Intuit in January 2013.

Interview Details – Got a call from recruiter on the interview time/date. No much info on the interview process.

Had 4 rounds of interview from morning till evening. Since there were many candidates for interview on that day, the interviewers got very little time to spend with each candidate. In 2 of the rounds, the recruiter interrupted and told the interviewer to take on next candidate.

Since there were many candidates on that day, had a quick chat with them and figured out most were from premier B-schools, which I believe is one of the main criteria for selection, as the interviewers were also from these B-Schools and were talking in B-school jargon.

After the interview, had to follow up with the recruiter to know the status.

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Product Manager Interview

Product Manager

The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intuit in August 2010.

Interview Details – Someone reached out in LinkedIn ( internal company rep). There was an initial discussion on the phone which was generally about validating what was on LinkedIn and also communication skills. The initial meeting was with the head of the unit to get a sense for cultural fit, and there were 3 additional interviews with senior leaders in sales/business development/product management. Each interview focused on skills related to that particular area of specialization.

Interview Question – What was h bigget challenge you faced and how did you overcome?   Answer Question

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Product Manager

The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intuit in December 2011.

Interview Details – HR Screening call was short and to the point. Phone interview with Business Manager was almost an hour. There is always one question that seems to trip you up on these. Focus on how you are going to ask the 'weakness' questions and don't sell yourself short by giving the atypical answer. If you are interviewing for any position you need to be prepared for these as well as the behavior questions.

Interview Question – What performance improvement would take your last rating from x to over the top?   Answer Question

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