How Would You Move Mount Fuji?: Microsoft's Cult of the Puzzle: How the World's Smartest Companies Select the Most Creative Thinkers

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Little, Brown, May 10, 2014 - Employment interviewing - 178 pages
Microsoft's interview process is a grueling sequence of brain-busting questions that separate the most creative thinkers from the merely brilliant. So effective is their technique that other leading corporations--from the high-tech industry to consulting and financial services--are modeling their own hiring practices on Bill Gates' unique approach. How would you move Mount Fuji? reveals for the first time more than 35 of Microsoft's puzzles and riddles.

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This book contains a pretty nice discussion of what kind of interview processes are used at interviews today, how interviews should be conducted, and then a decent set of interview questions & answers. Read full review

How would you move Mount Fuji?: Microsoft's cult of the puzzle: how the world's smartest companies select the most creative thinkers

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Science writer Poundstone's eight previous books (e.g., Carl Sagan: A Life in the Cosmos; Labyrinths of Reason) are based on a single premise: we can choose to use logic, and society can benefit as a ... Read full review

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William Poundstone est l'auteur de douze ouvrages dont plusieurs grands succes. Il a ecrit pour le "New York Times", "Harper's", la "Harvard Business Review" et le "Village Voice", entre autres publications. Il vit a Los Angeles

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