1. Articles in category: Hiring

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    1. It's not the bottom, it's the foundation

      It's not the bottom, it's the foundation

      Organizations are built on the work of people who don’t get paid very much, don’t receive sufficient respect and are understandably wary of the promises they’ve been hearing for years.

      Calling these folks the bottom of the org chart doesn’t help.

      Imagine that throughout your career you were paid as little as legally possible, the last to be hired and the first to be laid off.

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    2. It's Make or Break Time: How to Hire the Perfect People for Your Team

      It's Make or Break Time: How to Hire the Perfect People for Your Team

      When it comes to your team, it's make or break. There is no in between. The right people will propel your business further and faster than you ever imagined, while the wrong ones will hold you back, cause unnecessary delays and expenses, or even lead to the end of the road for your business. So, here's the million-dollar question: How do you hire the right people? How do you know that the candidate sitting in front of you or on the other end of that Skype call is the perfect person for the job?

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      Mentions: Skype
    3. Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Business schools spend a great deal of time teaching would-be entrepreneurs and managers about the differences between features and benefits and their importance. Differentiate your product by tinkering with it to make it better or cheaper. Get to know your customer so you can understand how to sell to them. Not exactly, says Harvard Business School professor and innovation expert Clayton M. Christensen.

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    4. Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Business schools spend a great deal of time teaching would-be entrepreneurs and managers about the differences between features and benefits and their importance. Differentiate your product by tinkering with it to make it better or cheaper. Get to know your customer so you can understand how to sell to them. Not exactly, says Harvard Business School professor and innovation expert Clayton M. Christensen.

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    5. Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Business schools spend a great deal of time teaching would-be entrepreneurs and managers about the differences between features and benefits and their importance. Differentiate your product by tinkering with it to make it better or cheaper. Get to know your customer so you can understand how to sell to them. Not exactly, says Harvard Business School professor and innovation expert Clayton M. Christensen.

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    6. Want to Be a Better Entrepreneur? Do These 4 Things

      Want to Be a Better Entrepreneur? Do These 4 Things

      Reid Hoffman said it best: "Starting a company is like throwing yourself off the cliff and assembling an airplane on the way down." Creating something that has never existed before is a truly death-defying feat, with plenty of ups, downs, and confusion. However, I've found that there are a few things that can make the ride a bit smoother. Here are four things that I wish I knew when I was starting out. Overthinking is the company-killer. You should always be in the shipping mindset.

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      Mentions: Google
    7. Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Clay Christensen's New Theory Of Innovation Has Everything To Do With Hiring

      Business schools spend a great deal of time teaching would-be entrepreneurs and managers about the differences between features and benefits and their importance. Differentiate your product by tinkering with it to make it better or cheaper. Get to know your customer so you can understand how to sell to them. Not exactly, says Harvard Business School professor and innovation expert Clayton M. Christensen.

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    8. This Crucial Step Is Missing From Your Hiring Process

      This Crucial Step Is Missing From Your Hiring Process

      The goal of any hiring process is to hire the best talent. That much is obvious. But the way you hire can also help you develop—and, ultimately, hang onto—the team members you already have. In fact, if your hiring process doesn't actually make your team better before it leads to a single hire, you might be missing out. Here's one key step your hiring process needs to include in order to do that.

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