The New Science of Talent
For decades, companies and schools have relied on blunt instruments like tests and interviews to identify new recruits. Now, smart organizations are applying increasingly sophisticated methods to filter talent, using tools and systems tailor-made for their needs. In this series, Quartz explores the new techniques for measuring talent and examines how effective those assessments can ever be.
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