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Washington Post Editor Emi Kolawole spoke with George Anders, reporter, editor and author of “The Rare Find: Spotting Exceptional Talent Before Everyone Else,” as part of our Five Questions series on innovation about how to identify talent in some of the more pressing areas of the global economy and society.
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Washington Post Editor Emi Kolawole spoke with George Anders, reporter, editor and author of “The Rare Find: Spotting Exceptional Talent Before Everyone Else,” as part of our Five Questions series on innovation about how to identify talent in some of the more pressing areas of the global economy and society.

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Why digital talent really doesn't like your company (#DigitalTalent) →

Fast Company’s Aaron Shapiro outlined five reasons why digital talent goes running over the hills and into the Valley rather than working for companies that don’t offer free food 24-hours a day. But are there other reasons you’ve found that technologists won’t work for non-Silicon-Valley companies?

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#Innovation  #employment  #start-up  #corporations  #technology  #talent