When we recruit product managers, have we encountered the following problems:
A junior product manager or a fresh graduate who has never done any projects, how to judge whether he is suitable for a product manager?
The interviewee has an excellent resume, but the content of the story is too broad and lacks details. How to correctly evaluate his ability?
How to assess the basic skills of a product? It seems unreliable to draw a prototype on site. What is the effective method?
When an interviewee has multiple offers, how to "wash" him to your company?
There are many articles in the forum about the email list interview of product managers from the perspective of the interviewer, but it seems that there are not many articles from the perspective of the interviewer. Today we will talk about how to effectively conduct a product interview and how to find a product manager who is truly reliable.The resume lacks the direct pass of key information, such as age, educational background, believe me, excellent people will not make low-level mistakes, there must be a reason for deliberately not writing it.
Resumes with full text and no numbers are passed directly.
Be cautious about typos in your resume, and pass multiple typos directly. Carefulness is a must-have quality for product managers. If your resume can be written incorrectly, there is a high probability that there will be problems with the product logic.
Three, other points of the interview
When there is a shortage of people, devote 70% of your energy to recruiting. When you have no shortage of people, you should also devote no less than 20% of your energy to leave an opening for talent recruitment, selection and optimization.
It is better to be short than excessive: no matter how many people are lacking or how urgently they are employed, the recruitment standards cannot be lowered.
In the case of hesitation, and in the case of disagreement among multiple candidates, it is recommended to give up the candidate, rather to kill the wrong than to recruit the wrong.
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