"Some candidates have the audacity to view the organization of an interview as being representative of the organizational capabilities of your company as a whole. They reason that finding someone to fill a role is effectively a mini-project in itself, and if you can't schedule and coordinate even a minor project like that, how could you manage a larger and more complex undertaking like a software project? These people are clearly thinking too hard and too critically. They are exactly the ones that you want to turn off."
So true it hurts - Interview with the Sociopath.Posted to Business by Simon Brunning at November 26, 2004 02:14 PM