Start by describing the role in big-picture terms. Say briefly how you think the position fits into the larger organization. Then define the challenges you would face. Draw on perspectives from outside the organization, like what industry experts say, or how you’ve seen similar challenges dealt with at other companies. Lastly, offer clear recommendations. Avoid giving a bland, predictable answer like “I wouldn’t make any changes before learning more.” But don’t promise more than you can deliver either.
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