Why I like people with unconventional resumés

I’m in the process of recruiting a couple of people (this is not an invitation to recruiters to get in touch!) and therefore looking at quite a few CVs. Yes, I want candidate CVs to be two pages but what about the content?

This article is an interesting read about a candidates current and future potential.

Professional success used to depend on experience, knowledge, and skill. But things have changed in recent decades. First, knowledge has become as rapidly obsolete as universally available. Second, we live in an increasingly uncertain and volatile world where, I often say, even the past has become unpredictable. And, finally, business has become more global and diverse.

Read the rest of the article >>> Why I Like People with Unconventional Resumés – Claudio Fernández-Aráoz – Harvard Business Review.

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