How to Win the Qualtrics Product Manager Interview

Company Overview

Product Culture at Qualtrics

Overall Company Culture

  • Transparent: “Our default is to share, leading to open debate, trust, and decisions based on data, not politics.”
  • All in: “We bet on Qualtrics and Qualtrics bets on us. This is our company. We deliver, whatever it takes.”
  • Customer obsessed: “If a customer is upset, we failed. Period. We learn, and we fix it.”
  • One team: “There is only one team at Qualtrics. We win and lose together and never say, ‘That’s not my job.’”
  • Scrappy: “We’re smart, resourceful, and find a way. We write our own story instead of following others.”

Product Team Culture

What Does a Typical Qualtrics Product Manager Job Posting Look Like?

  • A “CEO of the product” mindset
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Strong familiarity with building out product roadmaps and a history of executing on them successfully
  • Experience with user stories and user research
  • A willingness to collaborate across team lines
  • Experience with driving large projects forward
  • A well-rounded background working on SaaS and technical products
  • The ability to create a strategic go-to-market plan and communicate it throughout the org
  • Familiarity with experimentation, A/B testing, and opportunity sizing
  • A bachelor’s degree (tech major preferred)

How Do You Get a Qualtrics Product Manager Interview?

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What Is the Qualtrics Product Manager Interview Process and Timeline?

  1. Introductory call with the hiring manager
  2. Technical and behavioral round(s) with team members and stakeholders
  3. The offer

How to Win the Introductory Call With the Hiring Manager

  • What are two relationships outside of your family that are important to you?
  • Tell us why you want to work at Qualtrics.
  • What makes you stand out from all of our applicants?
  • How many registered cars are there in X location?
  • What was a book you recently read and what did you learn/how did it influence you?
  • What were three times you’ve been compared to others and where did you rank?
  • What is your biggest accomplishment?
  • Please share with me an overview of a recent role in which you worked on solving some difficult problems in the same domain or subject matter of the open position.
  • Tell me about yourself.

How to Win the Technical and Behavioral Round(s) With the Hiring Manager and Stakeholders

  • What project/product have you delivered that added the most value for the organization?
  • Why did you decide to build a product in-house instead of using a third-party tool?

How Did COVID-19 Change Hiring at Qualtrics?

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