I applied through a staffing agency and interviewed at Planisware.
Interview Details – There were two rounds of Interview. One was a telephonic Interview which lasted for 45 mins. After a week, I was called for F2F interview which lasted half a day. You are supposed to give a presentation on PMBOK Ch.6 based on a real life project done by you. Then next you are given a code to review and a brain teaser to solve. The interview questions are normal questions.
Interview Question – none Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Planisware in June 2012.
Interview Details –
Met at university career fair and went in for 1:1 interviews a week later.
Interviewed with 2 exec-level consultants and tested on a brainteaser.
Got a call a week later to come in for second round - product demo and presentation.
Interview Question – Please prepare a 10-minute presentation on project management Answer Question
The process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Planisware in March 2010.
Interview Details – Usual interview that you would expect, background information and matching to position, asked about customer satisfaction, presentation skills and coding skills (jscript). 4 rounds of interviews, 2 phone interviews and 2 face to face interviews. Business skills as well as technical skills. Nothing crazy, and certainly not a Google or Microsoft interview style.`
Negotiation Details – Yes able to negotiate based on other offers on hand and years of experiences and relocation money.
Challenging and interesting projects with fortune 500 companies
Become an expert in Project Portfolio Management and learn industry best practices
Your colleagues will become your friends, really!
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