Also don’t tweak your script until you’ve done enough interviews so that your responses are consistent.
The best way to do this is building a script and sticking to it.
In the Problem Interview, you want to find out 3 things:1. While we are seasoned entrepreneurs, we still prefer to have some kind of guidelines to keep us in check. Problem Ranking (Test Problem - see if they really struggle with this problem) - 4 minutes(Ask your customer to rank the top 3 problems)1.
Tell a Story (Set Problem Context) - 2 minutes So, one of the biggest problems we have is that we start a lot of startups, and it's always quite frustrating to not be really able to keep track of our progress, or knowing what to do, and when to do them.
It is always tempting to dive straight into product.
Some quick notes before I get on with the list: Ask why or why not with many of these. Usually people will say why or why not without being prompted if you’re interviewing them live. A lot of these will yield similar responses to each other.
Pick 1 or more from each group that you think would be best given your situation.
If you’re just getting started with employee assessments, you might have heard the term validation being used when discussing selection systems.
In the context of organizations and their use of assessments in the hiring process we are often referring to criterion-related validation.