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Question:  Some methods of initial assessment appear to be more useful than others. If you  were starting your own business, which initial assessment methods would you use and why?  Be sure to reflect your knowledge of ideas presented in Chapter eight as you develop your  own suggestions. Keep in mind the necessity of being able to measure assessments.  (Minimum 300 words, due Wednesday) Responses:  After reviewing all the discussions you should select 5 discussion postings of  other students and provide your response to those five. (Due Sunday) If I were to start my own business and had to hire employees to work for my company, there  are a few initial assessment methods I would use.  The first would be reviewing resumes.  This method may be flawed in some way if the applicant has lied or exaggerated the truth.  However, how else do you find which applicants are out there and what they have to offer? 
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