This is a list made of what I think are good questions to learn more about companies you're interviewing.
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Meta - How to ask good questions
In general, keyvalues.io is a great go-to to find more good questions on the things that matter to you
Angellist: 99 Best Questions to Ask in an Interview
Tim Ferris - @Jason: Question to ask before investing
Great list of good questions for any data project, by Jeremy Howard
- Strategy: What is the organization trying to do (objective) and what can it change to do it better (levers)?
- Data: Is the organization capturing necessary data and making it available?
- Analytics: What kinds of insights would be useful to the organization?
- Implementation: What organizational capabilities does it have?
- Maintenance: What systems are in place to track changes in the operational environment?
- Constraints: What constraints need to be considered in each of the above areas?
Twitter thread from Caitlin Hudon. How to ask a good data question? Some good ones:
What action(s) might you take based on the answer? - If none, you probably don't need to do the analysis.
- Who is it for?
- What question are you trying to answer or problem are you trying to solve?
- How do you want to receive the data (csv, xlsx, charts, etc.)?
- Over what time frame?
- Aggregated in what ways?
- Is this a one-time question or will it be repeated? How frequently?