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The buzz: Hiring.

A talent war is raging in the San Francisco Bay Area. Companies there are taking a fresh look at what truly defines great talent –the value of a college degree, social currency, the innovation edge, and other factors. Their evolving hiring model could impact your organization’s hiring approach, wherever in the world you’re based. It could also put a new spin on your own career.

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Above [L > R]:  Michael Castellano, Cheryl Fields Tyler, David Swanson

The experts speak.


Michael Castellano, engajer, Inc: “You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.” (Richard Branson)

Cheryl Fields Tyler, Blue Beyond Consulting: “People will work hard for money; they will give their lives for meaning.” (Dave Pottruck)

David Swanson, SAP: “It’s not about being different; it’s about making a difference. Today’s top early talent entering the market in the Bay Area want to make the world a better place and want to work for organizations who enable them to bring their dreams to life.“

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