Specification problems are also two common email list types of problems, one is what "what is the next plan", and the other is how "why is this plan, how did you get it", which basically loops with the target problem and belongs to the next Phase one goal.
Let's talk about the difference between the two. Here, the jury pays attention to three types of issues: whether there is planning and planning awareness, how far can you see or whether there is a sense of finality, and whether the things to be done later can support the rank after promotion .
Whether there is planning and planning awareness, planning means "things", planning awareness means "people", this is the bottom line requirement and will not be expanded.
How far you can see whether there is a sense of finality is a type of question that the judges care about and it is easy to add points if you answer them.
This kind of question evaluates whether you have long-term thinking, whether you have the end-to-end formulating method and execution rhythm based on the final goal. To answer such questions, you need to have sufficient industry knowledge and understanding of the business stage. The best way is to find the anchor point by learning the best in the industry . It will be more difficult if you rely on your own logical reasoning.
Whether the later work can support the promoted rank will be a point considered by the judges in some relatively high-ranking promotions.
For example, if a candidate is promoted from P6 to P7, it is not bad to be promoted to defense, and it feels like he will pass, but in the next planning, people feel that the things to be done are still partial to personal implementation and lack of some strategic decisions, and the judges may find it difficult to be promoted to P7. Do you still do this? So this point needs to be avoided in advance.
Therefore, the bottom line for answering planning questions is to have a plan. The key point is whether you can look farther, and whether you can plan with the end in mind .