In this project management tutorial Angela shares strategies for setting up the requirements elicitation interview, making the most of the time and location, and sending a meeting invite that sets the tone and stage for a productive meeting.
- Have you ever been invited to a meeting…and not sure why you were sent the invite?…Or you aren't sure who the person is inviting you?…When this happens, if you're like me,…you might not prioritize the meeting or prepare for it.…If something comes up, you might even show up late…or cancel the meeting.…Setting up an interview meeting…is more than just sending out the meeting invite…and booking a room.…If you're being strategic about setting up the interview,…you might do things like…reach out and introduce yourself ahead of time…in person or email…and get a feel for how their schedule is…and how familiar they are with the project.…
You might send questions or topics…you'd like to talk about ahead of time,…Especially if the interviewee is an introvert…and the dialogue is expected to be very detailed.…You should send the questions or topics in advance…and give them a chance to think about…and gather information for you.…Strategically choosing the location…is another consideration.…Resist the urge to just book…the conference room by your desk.…
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- Choosing to use interviews
- Selecting the right person to interview
- Planning interview questions
- Building rapport in an interview
- Choosing probing questions
- Listening and taking notes
- Analyzing and reviewing notes before following up
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Interviews
2. Preparing for an Interview
3. Conducting the Interview
4. Following Up on the Interview
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