STRUCTURE IN HIRING LEADS TO LEARNING
When it comes to hiring, failure is learning.
Success is learning too.
But not if you don't have a structured hiring process.
Without structure, there's no consistency in how hiring decisions are being made (across applicants or time).
And typically there's no useful documentation to reference back to either.
Without structure, any attempt to improve the hiring process turns to opinion-stating:
"No, I'm right!"
It's a pleasurable thing to say, but it gets you nowhere...
With structure, you remove individual team members from the equation and can make it about improving the process instead.
I can't sufficiently state how important and useful this paradigm shift is.
Let your competitors continue to guess.
Start learning by making your hiring process a structured one.
Structure is any easy price to pay to know.