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Tag Archives: Recruiting
We’ve had good success in recruiting and building a talented team. As part of that our job descriptions became much clearer in some ways, and less clear in others. We’ve also observed that our best candidates and most successful hires … Continue reading
O’Shaughnessy’s The Men Who Lost America (21 hours) follows the Revolutionary War theme and contains two great personnel stories; the value of concentrating a team and managing a team’s utilization. The book is a series of biographies beginning with King George III … Continue reading
A very smart friend who runs his own management assessment firm is in the process of figuring out his next steps after a well earned sabbatical. He’s trying to address challenges that businesses have in recruiting and matching their needs … Continue reading