12 questions project managers should be prepared for in a job interview

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Project management job interviews can be more stressful than the new job itself. To truly be prepared at that next interview, be ready to answer these difficult questions

By itself, the title of project manager can be a bit misleading in terms of the responsibilities and level of accountability involved. Make no mistake about it, though, a PM is a leadership role, and as such project managers should think and act as leaders, always factoring in high level business goals and objectives.

With this in mind, be prepared to answer a few broad, complex questions around business strategy, objectives and leadership.

Question 1: What do you think your role is as a project manager in terms of achieving company-wide business objectives?

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