1. Make the right decisions
Use sound business judgment to make the right decisions quickly and achieve results,even in the absence of complete data?
2. Question decisions
Question whether decisions are being made in the Company's and customer's best interest and change course when they are not?
3. Recognize that great ideas come from others
Actively seek out the best solutions,recognizing that great ideas often come from others?
4. Recognize that your idea may not be good
Recognize that your idea may not be as good as someone else's and get on board with the best idea?
5. Make decisions
Tell me about a decision for which data and analysis weren't sufficient to provide the right course and you had to rely on your judgment and instincts.
Give me two to three examples.They don't have to be big strategic decisions-could be big or small.
6. Right solutions
Tell me about a time you made a difficult decision and how you knew it was the right solution(probe on how they evaluated the options,if they received input,what data they reviewed,etc.)
7. Make decisions in the absence of good data
Give me an example of when you have to make an important decision in the absence of good data because there just wasn't any.What was the situation and how did you arrive at your decision?Did the decision turn out to be the correct one?Why or why not?
8. Make a bad decision
Tell me about a time when you made a bad decision and the learning from the experience enabled you to make a good decision later.What did you learn that you were able to apply?
9. A number of possible solutions
Tell me about a time when you have been faced with a challenge where the best way forward or strategy to adopt was not "clear cut"(i.e.there were a number of possible solutions).How did you decide the best way forward?
10. An error in judgment
Tell me about an error in judgment you made in the last year or two,what it was and the impact of it.