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Vice President Product Development was asked...21 November 2012


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Not a hard interview

Sandata Technologies

THey asked About my design philosophy

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I said I have an interative and collaborative process

Based on your connections and current book of business, can you bring in $500,000 to $1 million in business within 6 months?

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Yes I can. Fast forward to a couple months later. I actually brought in over $1 million in business in less than 6 months. Less


All questions were easy to answer

DoubleDown Interactive

I didn't find any of the questions particularly difficult. There were some very specific scenarios posited with regards to strategic decision making, priority setting, team dynamics and resource contention that I interpreted as being exigent issues for the company. The impression this left me with is that early tasks for the person stepping into this role would be to clarify certain roles and reporting responsibilities and ensure that the production roadmap was clearly aligned with strategic business priorities and well communicated to all levels of the company.

Kinecta Federal Credit Union

Almost all of the questions focused on collaboration with others, which is a good sign for company culture.


General experience queries. Who we knew in n common, places we'd worked, what we've done.


What impact can you make to the company

Designer Brands

Why do you want to make this move? (i.e. Why do you want this role and leave your current one?)


Most relevant was team and technology scaling. They're growing and I should have done a better job of articulating my experience. Don't make the same mistake :)

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