Mar 28; Chapter 4, even numbered “Strategic Questions” page 88, and “To Do” case page 103 P88 2. What services should an organization expect from an executive search firm beyond that typically provided by an employment agency? Enhanced screening and “know-how” to select candidates that have the knowledge/skills/abilities needed for leadership in their market. These executive firms should be able to deliver candidates with relevant experience that a measurable track record of success in similar positions. 4. Should an organization employing an executive search firm specify the characteristics of the candidates it wished to select or describe the problems and issues the organization is facing and that the candidate will be dealing with? Yes – it should always work to focus the search efforts (with hopes to provide more qualified candidates), but it should also provide the issues to aid in screening qualified candidates.
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course OMGT 5143 taught by Professor Paulson during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.