I gave examples of previous experiences and how I, step by step, addressed a specific business problem from start to finish and I emphasized that these business skills would translate over to the interviewer's company.
Ask yourself a question: Have you ever behaved like you believe a BAH employee would? I have. I work with BAH employees, and from the outside looking in I can name a few behavioral traits that make me a good fie: Integrity, Professionalism and Competence. Read the company's core value statements and make sure to take ownership of them.
This is the question that I found most difficult to answer - I really haven't ever had to do this.
if you dont experience that, better to answer frankly. and then provide your thoughts on this: to ask someone with more experience for advice (including your senior/ team head etc who have no direct personality conflict) and leverage the advice. business to business, no personal emotion involvement to handle the work
No financial information was given and very little information given about either company yet the session leader expected an exact answer.
It all depends on whether there are aspects / pieces of that company that fit with the core competencies of the purchasing company. Starbucks buying Exxon gas stations would be a good fit since they can sell their products in the convenience stores associated within each Exxon gas station. However, Starbucks purchasing an oil and gas drilling company probably wouldn't make much sense. It's all about whether synergies can be created between the purchaser and purchasee.
There are around three hundred million people in the United States. We can assume that two thirds are adults. Let us assume three fourths of those adults are married. Each single adult or married couple represents a household. Each household consumes "X" number of light bulbs a year (I do not have a good number for this). Multiply "X" by the number of households.
According to www.Fastcompany.com 2 billion per year in the US
No, but my experience with other programming languages would aid in learning Fortran quickly.
Yes. I have experience with over 30 programming languages. My experience with Fortran was in college. I had one semester of it. I could do it if I needed to again. I learn programming languages very quickly. How to write and debug programs is a much more important skill than a particular language.