PIM Practice Report: Giving an Interview

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1. Information needs and searching for Information strategies

1.1. Only ask questions that will give needed information

1.2. Categorize the information by why its needed

1.3. Keep the amount of information searching to a minimum

1.3.1. Only contact a few supervisors or managers

1.3.2. Use the internet but do not gather too much information

1.3.3. Always know what you're searching for

2. Organization Strategies

2.1. Separate information by giving specific catagories

2.2. Catagories:

2.2.1. Personal Data (name, birthday, address, etc.

2.2.2. Previous Employers (Job titles, reasons for leaving, etc.)

2.2.3. Personal Skills & Expertise (Job Preferences and Talents)

2.2.3.1. Books

2.2.3.2. News sources

2.2.3.3. Blogs

2.2.3.4. Supporting Data

2.2.3.4.1. Expert reports

2.2.3.4.2. Third party research

2.2.3.4.3. Survey data

2.2.3.4.4. Size of topic

3. Measuring and Evaluating Strategies

3.1. Decide why or why not the information helped in making the decision

3.2. Evaluate answers given by comparing them to the company standards and requirements

3.3. Measure answers and compare them to answers or employees already hired or interviewees who were not chosen

3.3.1. Introduction - why are you writing about this?

3.3.2. Subhead 1

3.3.3. Subhead 2

3.3.4. Subhead 3

3.3.5. Conclusion - what summarizes what is most interesting about your topic?

4. Making Sense Strategies

4.1. Prep and go over questions that you will ask before the interview begins

4.1.1. Prepare explanations that you can provide if the interviewee is confused

4.1.1.1. Make sure all questions correlate with each other and don't use too big of words in the questions

5. Kelli Carson

5.1. Deadlines

5.2. Contacts