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  • 11 Conclusion
    A lot of things have to have gone right in your life...to be competitive for this job. Exponentially more things had to have gone right if you're from an underrepresented background. -Ryan, banker ...
  • 10 Social Reconstruction
    WHEN ELITE IS NOT ENOUGH Missing the Mark I think it is difficult if you're not a pretty girl. I mean you don't have to be hot, but you do need to be reasonably attractive. Where's Your Champion? ... (1回应)
  • 9 Talking It Out: Deliberating Merit
    [...]final hiring recommendations are not made by one individual, such as a hiring manager or a department chair. Instead, these decisions are made by hiring committees. RECONCILING IMPRESSIONS AFT...
  • 8 Concluding the Interview: The Final Acts
    The writer says if the candidates failed the first acts of the interview, they would have little chance of turning the interview around in their favor. However, I do not think it is the case in China,...
  • 7 Continuing the Interview: The Candidate's Story
    Interviewer typically brought the first part of the interview - the icebreaking conversation about extracurricular and extraprofessional interests - to a close by prompting candidates to present an au...
  • 6 Beginning the Interview: Finding a Fit
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  • 5 Setting The Stage for Interviews
    [...]“Circle the things [on the resume] you'll probe. You'll have a fifteen-minute, open discussion [with the candidate] about the resume. Be interested; treat it as a conversation." "[....
  • 4 The Paper
    This chapter took a closer look on how employers select resume. BUCKETING MERIT: THE PROCESS OF RESUME SCREENING: Because professionals balanced recruitment responsibilities with full-time client ...
  • 3 The Pitch
    The author wants to answer why the majority of elite students chose i-banking, consulting firms and law firms after graduation. MONEY, STATUS, COMPETITIONS, AND FEAR: WHY EPS CAREERS ARE IRRESISTIB...
  • 2 The Playing Field
    This chapter explained why EPS firms restricted competition to elite schools. It's tough. You need to know someone, you need to have a connection, you need to get someone to raise their hand and sa...
  • 1 Entering the Elite
    HOW EMPLOYERS HIRE Still, because employers generally cannot directly observe job performance before making a hiring decision, they make best guesses. They identify one of more characteristics that...

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    第七章 开拓者的思维
  • 第五章 让构想大量涌现
    大前先生认为,新的想法并不是莫名其妙涌现的,而是思考方式下必然会出现的结果。 我认为,有些科学家在做梦时破解一些难题,不是说明新想法是莫名其妙出现的,而是缜密的思维下大脑放松出现的灵感。 另外一个...
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    大前先生认为文理科不能区别一个人有没有科学思维,事实上,世界上的许多人都是因为一些微小的契机,才选择了理工科或文科。……我们现在的升学方式,真的无法让考生了解自己最擅长的是哪一部分。 大前先生同样用...
  • 第三章 洞悉本质的过程
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