Monthly Archives: February 2014

If you can’t or won’t list a single weakness, I won’t hire you.

Around the web, it’s easy to find well-intentioned advice suggesting that you should respond to “name a weakness” type questions by turning your response into a positive, and I’ve had plenty of candidates tell me that they can’t think of … Continue reading

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Reengineering Work: Don’t Automate, Obliterate

Reengineering Work: Don’t Automate, Obliterate is the title of an HBR article introducing what became a highly influential movement called Business Process Reengineering. By the time its author, Michael Hammer, followed up with a full-fledged book, Business Process Reengineering had–to … Continue reading

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