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IT Project Management, 2nd Edition by Joseph Phillips

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6.3. Interviewing Potential Team Members

Remember your first big interview? You shined your shoes, made certain your hair was just right, brushed your teeth, and had a breath mint just in case. Your goal was to get the job, so you did your homework: you researched the company, investigated the position, made certain your resume and references were up-to-date, and then gave it your best shot.

Guess what? As a project manager, you may find yourself conducting interviews to woo internal employees onto your project team. You're mission will be twofold: impressing the candidates while at the same time learning about them to see if they are the right fit for your project team.

6.3.1. Why You Need Interviews

If you are one of the lucky project managers ...

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