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Senior Project Manager Interview Questions

"When interviewing for a position as a senior project manager, you can expect to be asked not only about your skills and experience as a project manager but also about your ability to hire, place, and mentor other project managers, step in when when a troubled project needs to be turned around, and devise ways to continuously improve project management strategies. Prepare to answer questions about how you would resolve project issues of any size, incorporate the company's business needs into the decisions made in each project, and review projects to determine how you the company can improve from them."

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Did you know anyone a Big Blue? If so, do you know {first name, last name}?

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Not one difficult question, however I provided a Big Blue answers to all of their questions thrown at me. I managed a number of Big Blue Teams on many Projects and know their mindset. Was made an offer and declined. I then accepted against my better judgement..

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Why are you leaving New York?

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Would you rather use Jquery of Javascript

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1) One of the key questions was how did my experience relate to, add value to the new position (they provided a job description)? 2) The next question was my experience in working with Teams? 3) Another questions was how I delt with conflict in a team environment?

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If given instructions from two different bosses, how would you resolve the conflict in priorities?

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Tell me about the specific accounting classes you've taken as they relate to projections / actuals / CAPEX and OPEX during college....

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How would you fix a failing project.

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Have you led a project from the requirements phase through the launch?

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Tell me how you handle difficult colleagues.

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