|Overview: Ladder Interview|
Starting with simple questions and then asking a series of follow up questions designed to achieve a highly detailed answer.
3 Examples of a Ladder Interview
John Spacey, updated on October 07, 2023
A ladder interview is an interviewing technique that uses follow up questions that dive to two or three levels of detail. This technique is associated with market research. However it can be used in other areas such as job interviews. Ladder interviews start with an open-ended question and ask two or three follow ups designed to go deeper. The following are illustrative examples.
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