You've come to me asking the question that every working 20- and 30-something has asked themselves at some point: "should I leave what I'm currently doing, put my life on pause for two years, and invest something like $150,000 to go study finance and marketing and 'the coming of managerial capitalism'?" Said more succinctly: "Should I go to business school?"
If you're interviewing for Product Manager roles, you should be ready to answer some product-management-specific interview questions in addition to the more generic ones we've all come to know and love.
As a Career Coach, I hear many of my clients express apprehension when it comes to scenario or situational interview questions. Not to worry! Being able to verbalize your process, strategy and problem solving skills simply takes some practice.
While behavioral interview questions ask you to recall a past experience and explain how you handled it, situational interview questions present you with hypothetical scenarios you might encounter on the job and ask you to explain what you would do in that situation.
Here are some examples to practice and tips to help you.