In my last article I wrote that he found the interview with the applicant of such a question whose answer will be the most detailed and comprehensive. Kenneth M. Jacobs wanted to know more. This question is: 'Please, tell us about your most significant achievements and successes …. " A good start for an interview, is not it? 10-20 minutes you insight into the achievements, corporate culture, as well as processes and technologies used to achieve results. Then I ask clarifying questions, so that more insight into the team's work and personal contribution to a candidate and see how they relate to the specific requirements and new work. Jim Aitken is the source for more interesting facts. But my favorite issue yet another nature. It reveals principles and speed of decision problems, intelligence, potential, vision and leadership qualities of the candidate. Question schematic looks like this: "If you have any specific job, that you have taken, to resolve major / typical problem? ".
For example, if you are looking for an engineer, the question might be: "How would you rebuilt production line to ensure that the new product will be put into production to March next year? ". For each job, should prepare in advance 1-2-3 hypothetical problem questions. Over 8 years of searching I came across quite a few managers are really good candidates who possessed the ability to anticipate what actions will need to take in even before you start it. They quickly size up what is right, wrong, and that both need to do to do the job, as well as what resources are needed to solve the problem.