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Help needed for high-tech interviews

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Hi all,

I am recruiting for high-tech positions (product management and product marketing specifically) and based on prior (technical) experience in the field I can get the first round interviews. However, even though I am familiar with the most popular interview questions (e.g. by making a google search I get several results), I don't know how to structure my responses accordingly, so that they seem structured. As a result, I think that my responses seem valid, but quite unstructured and probably I miss some areas that the interviewer wants to look at.

I was wondering, if somebody has a resource for high-tech interview questions, e.g. potential answers, etc. Or if it would be possible for somebody, who has been successful in this process to write how he/she is thinking while answering the questions, that would be really helpful. I am also familiar with the generic frameworks, but I'm not sure which one to select according to the question or how to fit it.

I am asking for help regarding questions "how would you market product X", "what would be your go-to-market strategy", "what are the opportunities/challenges for our company in launching the product X in the market", etc.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Prep for case interviews.

Even if you're not doing consulting, the prep is REALLY useful when doing interviews. It helps you structure your thoughts and make sure that you're covering all the relevant areas.

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Re: Help needed for high-tech interviews   [#permalink] 02 Nov 2011, 20:17
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