Hiring Geeks That Fit by Johanna Rothman download in iPad, ePub, pdf
It has everything you could ever want, except possibly a human being. They are the sum of both what they know and how they apply that knowledge to the product. As a result, one developer, tester, or technical manager is not interchangeable with another. When Tranh got hired into management, he didn't care enough about team rewards to fight for them, even though that was important to the team and to management.
The book is really for any knowledge workers, salaried workers. You'll notice these questions are brief.
No one ever asks if a waitress can do that, or if an electrician or a plumber can do that. Technical managers and teams often have a difficult time hiring the right people. It has long-lasting impact, whether you are the manager or a team member. And, if you are accustomed to buying my books on the Pragmatic Bookshelf, you can do that with this book.
Since I was only an interim manager for four to six weeks, I was very good at hiring quickly. Great geeks adapt their knowledge to your context.
Great geeks are not the same as skill-based staff. So, you should hire them differently. It doesn't differentiate among levels. He was a great cultural fit and stayed with the group for years.
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