When surveying what has happened in executive selection from the early 1960s to the present day, one finds an interesting irony — almost a contradiction. On the one hand, a lot has been learned about the selection process. On the other hand, the selection of senior executives has not noticeably improved; it may have even deteriorated. In what follows I would like to look at three areas in which this situation is most apparent — executive search, personnel selection, and practice — and then say a few words about how I think this might be resolved.
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- Executive Selection: Advances But No Progress
David L. DeVries
- Gabler Verlag
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