60+ Behavioral Interview Questions and Detailed Answers - PM Interview
Here is the complete list of all Behavioral Questions & Answers asked during Product Management Interviews.
To help you with your Product Manager interview preparations, we have compiled a complete list of the most asked Product Management Interview Questions and Answers at companies like Facebook, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix, etc. answered by PMs at FAANG.
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Here is the complete list of all Behavioral Questions & Answers asked during Product Management Interviews for you -
How does this role fit in your long-term goals and why are you a good fit for this role?
List the products that you have worked on. Be as specific as possible (was it a line of business, a feature, etc).
Tell us about the largest commercial project or feature that you’ve managed/been a part of from start to finish. Tell us about why you built it, how you built it, and if it was successful, and how you knew.
How do you keep yourself updated with Product Management?
How do you deal/meet/talk with B2B (clients) and B2C (consumer)?
How do you make sure to maintain timelines?
How do you work with qualitative data/requirements(e.g. B2B) and Quantitative data(e.g. B2C)?
How do you derive insights?
How do you cut corners to get the product in the market?
How do you deal with sales/business people? What problems do you face and how do you go about it?
How did you earn trust or jell with the people of the team? How did you go about it?
Describe your relationship with your manager?
Who do you think is accountable and responsible for a product?
What are the things you hate doing as a product manager and how do you go about it?
What are the current revenue sources of your/our product? How can you further increase it?
What is the one thing that you noticed in an app that is actually a feature but is not usually noticed by a common user? (eye for details)
What's your typical day, fortnight, and month like? How do you plan it?
Why did you choose to become a Product Manager?
Given user feedback on any well-known product, how will you take it forward? (do they dive into feature dev lifecycle or spend time in hypo testing/data value etc?)
How often you speak to your customers/prospects? Give us a few insights you got from customers that contradicted your perception!
Pick an app that you use regularly and identify a user journey in it that can be improved.
Tell me about a time when you challenged the status quo?
Tell me about a product you don't like and why it's working anyway? And would your changes move the needle? And then why it's likely those changes haven't been made already?
How passionately do you fight and argue?
You're CEO. How would you defeat your competitor whose CEO thinks exactly like you?
What is the toughest product problem you have faced to date?
What is an example of a situation where your idea/work failed? What did you learn so that you don't make the same mistake today?
How will you explain your digital product subscription who is already getting your competition subscription Rs 100 cheaper per month?
Will you buy your own product and why?
Which product do you hate and why? What would you do to make it better?
How would you decide to kill a feature?
What is your experience with shutting down a product or service? What are the key challenges in an end-of-life (EOL) process?
What is your favorite digital and non-digital product and why?
What is more important tech or marketing?
What is the best insight you learned last week?
How often you meet end-users in person?
You are given a million dollars by a trusted friend and asked to go build something of value. What do you build?
You have managed to break into an evil organization and have complete access to all of their resources. What would you do?
The famous Peter Thiel question - tell us about something that you believe is true but almost nobody agrees with you on. It really has to be something that almost nobody agrees with you on.
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