Fidelity – PMP Interview Questions
1. If you get a better opportunity will you join us?
You may decide to go this route when the new job offer is significantly better than the first offer. If you do choose to accept it, notify your the first employer as soon as you make your decision, so they can start the looking for a replacement right away. Never break the news via email.
2. What kind of a person would you refuse to work with?
- Focus only on the people you disagree with on a professional level to avoid getting too personal with your response.
- Frame your answer around what you like to see in coworkers, implying the traits you dislike instead of focusing on them.
- Emphasize how working with adverse personalities can be a learning opportunity that opens up new points of view.
- Treat the concept of conflict as something that you can overcome through teamwork and communication.
3. Explain how would you start the project? What are the documents you would refer?
- Essential Project Documents
- Project Business Case.
- Project Charter.
- RACI Matrix.
- Work Breakdown Structure.
- Risks and Issues Log.
- Project Communications Plan.
- Change Request Management.
- Project Schedule.
4. Which are the tools that you have used for defining, managing and controlling projects?
- SWOT - strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats. SWOT analysis diagram.
- Stakeholder matrix. Stakeholder matrix.
- Cause and effect diagram.
- Risk map.
- Summary risk profile.
- Decision tree.
- Radar chart.
5.What are the different project selection methods?
The different project selection methods are: Quantitative Methods Benefits Measurement MethodsConstrained Optimization Methods.Qualitative MethodsBenefits Measurement MethodsBenefits measurement methods mostly use a comparative approach by studying the possible benefits from the different projects.
6. Describe in brief about your soft skills?
Soft skills are character traits and interpersonal skills that characterize a person's relationships with the other people. In the workplace, soft skills are considered to be a complement to hard skills, which refer to a person's knowledge and occupational skills.
7.Have you ever handled a support and maintenance exam. What did you learn from it?
Tell them that you enjoy repairing stuff, that it has always been your passion and hobby. Say that you believe you will do a good job on this position. You can also say that you had a similar position in the past, and would like to the utilize your past experience in the new role, for the benefit of your new employer.
8. What are the most important qualities of a IT/Software Project Manager should have in order for the project to succeed?The most important qualities of a IT/Software Project Manager are:
- Time management.
- Task management.
- Risk mitigation.
9. How would you plan for the role and what would be your specific goals as a consultant in our company?
- Establish a collaborative relationship with your clients.
- Solve problems so your clients can solve them later themselves.
- Ensure attention to developing the project and relationships.
- Problem solving requires information that is as accurate as possible.
10. Explain the bidding process of your last project?
The bidding process is used to select a vendor for subcontracting a project, or for purchasing products and services that are required for a project. The manager sends the bid to a group of vendors for response. The vendors analyze the bid and calculate the cost at which they can complete the project.