Value, not Education or Experience

Experience and Education makes the point

We hire people to complete tasks and run functions (not really–we employ talent to create value, but I?ll try to stick to the point).

He goes on to say

The problem is, both of these (years of experience and education) are unreliable measures of whether someone can do a task or run a function.

I certainly agree. Previous posts are here and here.

The perceived ability to create value is what hiring managers pay for.

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