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Why Are Discussions about Hiring Being Broken So Broken?

Another day, another HackerNews discussion about hiring being broken. The most recent one I saw was triggered by a blog post by the formidable Aline Lerner (disclaimer: Aline is a friend and we collaborated on a hiring book last year). Now, I 100% agree that hiring is broken, and Aline’s post is really thoughtful. InContinue reading “Why Are Discussions about Hiring Being Broken So Broken?”

Hire people you believe in—believe in the people you hire

I was reading an amazing Twitter thread about Bill Grundfest, founder of The Comedy Cellar and the guy who discovered some of the most famous comedians. In the thread, which includes stories of Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, and Ray Romano, the pattern is essentially: Bill is able to detect talent, even early on in people’sContinue reading “Hire people you believe in—believe in the people you hire”

Data is Not a Substitute For Good Judgment

The tech industry prides itself on being “data-driven”. We’re so data-driven, in fact, that there are hundreds of startups building analytics tools (Segment alone lists over 100) and A/B testing tools (~30). We both laugh at but also secretly admire stories like Google A/B testing 40 shades of blue for its links. A typical consumer-productContinue reading “Data is Not a Substitute For Good Judgment”

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