I have and laughed, I have that kind of rapport with my superiors and peers whereby they can have a bit too fun without being taken like super seriousley. I'm a consistent deep middle achiever and prefer it to the attention and stigma that intelligent unfortunately suffer.
As a manager you don't need to know it has cogs and dials to read a clock, otherwise I'd be making clocks not administering the endless periphery cloud that encompasses the watchmaker. I would often ensure the jewlery policy and 10mins total daily toilet breaks weren't being abused by staff simply pretending to sit in a cubicle.
I think sometimes it is crucial to maintain momentum and be decisive as you can get paralised by analytical considerations. All plans have enough fat in them that you can fine tune and course correct. You don't see an aircraft carrier at a full stop because the captain is pondering a few things, activity and movement create urgency and rally the troupes.
Too many to remember, but they were all very specific and probably something you couldn't study for. The questions were about whether I would be able to cope with the responsibilities etc and if I really understood what the company was all about.
I thought I did relatively well and was rewarded a place for the 2nd and 3rd interviews. The whole process was enjoyable and whilst I was disappointed to not get the position, I will probably go back for an appointment for my health as I really liked what they did to help people.