500 - 999人
Assessment：Question 1 to 4 out of 18
The following are examples of situations that you may encounter at Anheuser-Busch InBev throughout the Global Management Trainee Program. Please select the response that most likely represents what you would do in the described situation. For confidentiality purposes, you will be entitled to 20 minutes to complete the assessment otherwise, your session will be terminated and you will be logged off.
1.You have been given a difficult project and must assign work to a group of people. How do you inspire others to achieve maximum results?
Make the decision and base assignments on employee strengths
Discuss what each team member wants to do, but you make the final decision for the assigned work
The team votes on who gets which assignment
2.As a manager of a sales team, which of these would you choose as a strategy for leading your team?
Get away from your desk and work with employees to show support
Work in your office on strategic thinking while your employees work at their job
Trust that your team's own talent will carry the load while you keep everyone satisfied
3.You are asked to implement a difficult sales initiative. How do you address employee concerns?
Listen to employee concerns, but tell them it is a company decision that is out of your control
Direct employee complaints to upper management to force a change
Meet with employees to discuss mutual concerns
4.You have achieved your sales goals early. Do you:
Continue working hard to set a good example
Celebrate your accomplishment, then prepare for the next quarter
Work harder so you can work easier during the holidays at the end of the year
5.You are presenting a new project to your department. How can you make your presentation influential?
Be extremely detailed and thorough when presenting the project
Make it simple and clear, with relevant results
Make a creative presentation to grab attention
6.You must implement a policy that will impact how your employees do business. How do you ensure a successful transition?
Tell your best employees first and have them explain the new changes to the rest of the team
Contact the team immediately, be open about the new policy, and clearly explain the new changes
Wait until the team will be most comfortable with the new changes before making an announcement
7.As a manager of a large sales team, your team has exceeded its sales goals for the past 3 years. Your supervisor asks you to set your team's yearly sales objectives according to his new business strategy and gives you more difficult sales goals. Do you:
Persuade him to keep your current strategy because it has been successful for 3 years
Push your team to use the new strategy, report where it can be improved and require them to meet their sales goals
Agree to the strategy and request the previous sales goals while your employees learn the new strategy
8.You are placed in a position that does not utilize your strongest skills. How do you approach this position?
Focus on the long term using the knowledge and skills you have and seek out other projects that utilize your skills
Learn the most from this job right now
Focus on getting immediate results in this job and speak with a supervisor about other positions
9.Your assigned goals for the month will be very difficult to achieve. What do you do?
Meet with your manager to discuss setting more realistic goals
Focus all your efforts on achieving these goals
Recruit the help of colleagues to help you achieve the goals
Assessment：Question 10 to 14 out of 18
10.You have a project that requires you to travel. What is most important when you plan your trip?
Convenience and comfort of the trip
Amount of time spent in transit
The total amount of travel cost
11.You are the manger of a brewery. A problem has occurred and cannot be resolved by the end of your shift. What do you do?
Pass the problem to the next manager on duty
Establish a small team of employees to stay late and fix the problem
Find a temporary solution and deal with the problem on your next shift
12.Your boss has informed you that a budget cut requires one of your employees to be laid off. S/he offers to decide which employee will be let go. Do you:
Tell your boss you will make the decision because you have a better perspective
Agree with your boss, so you do not have to make the decision
Ask your employees to take a pay cut so you do not have to fire anyone
13.What is your approach to developing the annual training plan for your team?
Involve other team members to develop the training plan
Manage the plan alone and use the current training plan to guide next year's plan
Get feedback on the current training plan and change parts that need improving
14.As a manager you are required to give feedback to the people you manage. How do you approach giving feedback?
Focus on the person, giving them praise or criticism based on how you feel about them
Focus on specific tasks they have been doing well and those they can improve upon
Focus on what an employee can improve upon and suggest they get training
Assessment：Question 1 to 4 out of 58
This assessment has two types of questions. Some questions ask about your experiences and thoughts. Others ask how you would handle a variety of work situations and to solve problems.
There are 55 questions and most people take less than 30 minutes to finish. Work quickly as the assessment will stop after 55 minutes (or will stop according to the time limit given at the top of the page). It is best to answer honestly as your answers may be checked for accuracy at a later time.
1.How often do you meet deadlines?
2.How important is it to you to set standards and guidelines for others?
3.Select the best word to complete the sentence:
__________ pompous, he was an entertaining person.
4.A recent memo from an advertising manager stated that sales will go up next month because a new advertising campaign is being launched for the company's primary product line. Which of the following CANNOT be inferred from the statement?
Customer demand will increase for the product line.
The increased product sales will offset advertising costs.
The new advertising campaign is a contributor to sales volume.
The primary product line will be impacted by the new advertising.
Some customers listening to the advertising campaign should buy the product line.
Question 5 to 9 out of 58
5.How often do you spend a lot of time on a low priority project?
6.Compared to your co-workers or friends, how well do you work under pressure?
Much better than others
Better than others
About the same as others
Worse than others
Much worse than others
7.When you have been working with a group in the past, and you possessed some knowledge that you knew was unfavorable but would impact the outcomes of the project, what did you do (or, what would you do if you don't have this experience)?
Share my knowledge with the group despite my concerns
Share my knowledge with a few select others and ask them what I should do
Wait to see what decision the group would make, then decide if I should share my knowledge
Keep the information to myself
8.In your opinion, what is the correct priority in making a business decision?
Personal integrity, organizational values, profit
Organizational values, profit, personal integrity
Profit, organizational values, personal integrity
Organizational values, personal integrity, profit
None of the above
9.In the past, what did you do when you were unable to meet a deadline?
Told my supervisor I needed more time
Worked harder to meet the deadline
Asked a co-worker for help
Missed the deadline
Planned what I could, knowing I was unable to meet my goals