Posts tagged with: recruiting

9 major learning areas on my agile path in 2015 – a fast overview about 57 posts I wrote this year

What an amazing journey along my agile path in 2015. Time to shortly recap the most important steps. Clustered in the topics: RecruitingThe role of an agile coachScrumban and Scrum 3.0Agile metricsWorking in a team of agile coachesRetrospectivesComplexityAwesome workshop experiencesReading...
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Hey recruiting agencies – there are 9 points that help to build the bridge between an applicant and the company

In part 3 of the recruiting blog post series I’ll consider the perspective of a recruiting agency/headhunters. A really competitive market, trying to find talents in a employee market situation. Read about the agencies connection to the applicants/talents and the...
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12 hints for your next application that support you to find your best job (Recruiting Part II) – perspective applicant

This time let’s take the perspective of the job applicant searching for a new position (check companies perspective too). This post describes a good preparation and organization, provides hints for working with agencies and will support your next decision and...
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Recruiting – 5 important points to succeed in the war for talents – perspective company

As I just had the opportunity to search for a new position I monitored current recruiting practices,compared it with my experience during recruiting and would like to share my observations with you. With this post I’ll use the perspective of...
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Weekly Scrum readings follow up – CW7+8+9/2013 (Personal Kanban, Management 3.0, Metrics, Employee handbook)

Background This time you’ll find inspiring input on designing an employeer handbook, how to organize yourself by considering Henrik Kniberg’s presentation, some input for hiring and more about using agile metrics. An Appropriate Use of Metrics (Blog Post by Martin...
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