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The author states that most companies don't have a formal hiring strategy in place that drives planning and decision-making. As a result, some default strategy predominates how hiring is done; generally, some mashup of competing ideas. Typically this is hiring manager-driven with individual managers determining who gets hired. Few managers are great at this, and many can't attract top talent. A lack of oversight and an audit trail complicates the organizational need to get better.
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