This is one of the most common interview questions that you can expect to be asked in many interviews. I'm always surprised when people are surprised to be asked it. I've been on the receiving end of it a lot and it's also one of my favourite questions to ask when I'm interviewing. My tip is this... your answer can be wide ranging and variable, but you'd better include my company (the one I'm interviewing you to join), in the answer! Otherwise, why would I give you the job when you've just told me you've got your sights set elsewhere? - James (I am not an HR professional but have had a wide ranging career that has often included hiring people for my own company and for other people's)
I exaplained them what I did in the past and all the projects I was involved in. I didn’t do any ppt presentation but I quickly explained what were the deliverables I would have done for the website and how I would have managed them
Spoke about company's background of selling the first serums, tanners etc and related that to digital innovation and my skills as a coder and a PM STAR method with an example of a hard project I worked on STAR method with an example of project I'm proud of
It was really bad process on their side, as they invited me for a 2nd round of interviews, and the person to make the interview didnt read my CV previosly. As soon as I was there in the room in front of him, he told me that and read my cv briefly and sid that he was looking for an IT Project Manager or Tech Digital P M which is not my profile and clearly I told them in the 1st interview. Really bad office and management.
'We are going to present you with five or six scenarios for strategic marketing improvements we want to make to the site, and we would like you to run through with us your thought process and how you would respond to these issues'