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Hi Sean,

We are using the Agile methodology for our mobile application development. How could the "Agile Hiring" helps people like us who are in software development

Thanks
Prashanth
 
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prashanthNair wrote:Hi Sean,

We are using the Agile methodology for our mobile application development. How could the "Agile Hiring" helps people like us who are in software development

Thanks
Prashanth



Hi Prashanth,
You may want to catch up on some of the discussions about the book. Agile Hiring teaches high-performance hiring, informed by agile concepts. How will it help you? Regardless of what you are building and how you are building it, the book will help you learn to hire better. Your project outcome fundamentally depends on the quality of the people involved. The better you can hire, the better chance you have of completing a successful project.

Good luck!
 
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