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Getting Results from Software Development Teams by Lawrence J. Peters and Lawrence Peters

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Conducting Interviews

Putting a team together is a key to success and will take some well-designed effort. Whether hiring people from outside the firm or selecting people from within the company, you are eventually going to have to conduct some interviews. One thing to remember about interviews is that everybody dislikes them and is usually nervous during them. Prospective employees are nervous because they want to get hired. The project manager is nervous because evaluating someone is always an uncomfortable task and because the manager has a million things to do that are not getting done while he or she is conducting an interview. But you might as well resign yourself to getting through the interview process as quickly and as effectively as ...

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