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How do you convince a CIO of a utility to care about energy efficiency?

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This is a bit of a trick question. CIO really does NOT care about efficiency because it means less revenue. However, some states are mandating efficiency programs and so the CIO wants to do this as cost effectively as possible. Some utilities in some states also face competition for energy consumption, so a customer engagement program that makes consumers feel good about their utility will help with rate approvals and satisfaction ratings, which will boost the bottom line overall.

He cares because if he can lower the system peak number, he can lesson the amount of spinning reserves he must have in place, whixh in effect is stranded capital.

CIO cares since as a company executive he needs to work with his customers (operating unit executives) to cut costs and increase revenues. By providing a solution that mines data to assist customer to save energry usage - the CIO is prioviding a solution for the utility to flatten its energy demand curve.

How are you going to make this Company better and more profitable.

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How do you motivate people?

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Can you tell me how you would manage a new product launch?

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What do you see the organization doing to raise it in prominence?

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What is your current employer doing better than we are? I work in marketing so I had to answer based on my research done prior to interview. I was so happy I did a ton of research/comparison before going in.

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Do you know anything about Chartwell Higher Education?

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What was the most comprehensive marketing strategy you defined and executed?

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Tell me the thought process and planning as well as the execution in the launching a product x or creating a positioning for a product/feature Y.

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How will you position the current legacy product considering that the next generation product is beginning to be offered.

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