Open positions being posted on LinkedIn, via the feed page, have become routine with the improving job market, but they won’t lead to a highly qualified candidate because mass posting is a waste of time. LinkedIn allows potential job candidates to brand themselves. Through a users post we can both tell a little bit about the type …
A scarce product, whose worth is hard to assess and for which buyers will pay enormous, seemingly irrational prices. The market for highly paid chief executives looks a bit like the market for Modiglianis. And, like works of art, executives are
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A few weeks ago I stood up in front of a group of managers from two dozen well-known companies and forced them to play a parlour game. In advance I had visited the websites of each of their employers and harvested a list of their values. I then read
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