STRUCTURE IN HIRING LEADS TO REPEATABLE RESULTS
There are many hiring managers (and sometimes even HR people) who resist structure in hiring.
By structure I mean a standardized screening process we put EVERY candidate through.
Why is structure so important?
Because structure is what makes a process repeatable.
And without a repeatable process, you can’t have repeatable results.
It's easy to understand this principle in other areas. For example...
Suppose you started a restaurant whose goal was a world-class menu, but you changed the menu on the fly every time a customer walked in.
Achieving any repeatable standard of quality would be virtually impossible.
And the same is true in hiring.
Structure in hiring just means paying attention to what's effective, documenting it, and then instituting it as a repeatable step in your process.
Don’t wing it each time. Make hiring success repeatable with structure.
Do you agree?