So I was impacted recently by a RIF after over five years working on key strategic and tactical initiatives concerning new products, enhancement of existing products, and drastic improvement of key support processes utilizing methodologies such as Six Sigma and Stage-Gate.
Where I am going with this is due to the large-scale impact these initiatives had which I led, is it appropriate to bring a binder with examples of such content? This would be material such as three-year product roadmaps, program plans, market analysis for development of business cases, etc.
I have mixed feelings on bringing these to any interview because it can:
1) Wow them that what I say I've done can truly be presented.
2) Provide clear examples as a leader I can assist a team in thoroughly documenting the mission, direction, and even post-implementation metric tracking to validate effectiveness or need for improvement.
3) That I am revealing details which would leave a potential employer wondering if my judgement is flawed.
4) Leave a potential employer with concerns if I would ever show their plans to others in the event another situation occurred that I was looking for other opportunities.
What's some feedback on this topic, as I definitely see it as a plus and a negative?