-Determination and ambition -High efficiency in oral and written communication. -Less than perfect english -Team player -Culture fit -2 year MBA -Experience in Pricewaterhouse for 5 years. -manager at PWC -investment background -Top 5% -Work + family obligations -Too mature -2 year MBA -Leadership skills -Dynamic personality -Confident and articulate -Lack of genuine interest of the company -4 years military -No business experience -Big initiative -2 Year MBA -SAT and GMAT high scores -Genuine interest in investment banking and the company. -Out standing interpersonal skills and entrepreneurial inclinations
-Low GPA -Own Business Which of the 4 candidates do you think has the "highest upside"? Which has the "lowest downside"? How should this affect the firm's hiring decision? Andy Sanchez has the highest upside because his preparation and laboral backgrounds. On the other hand, Martin Street has the lowest downside, because even if he has very unique experience (military experience), he is not as qualified as the other candidates. Some enterprises have different hiring decisions. There is a type of companies that they don´t search high academic accreditations; They prefer to select people who have different experiences, laboral or personal, because they can contribute different skills. However, in our case we are searching for people who has good qualification as good experience in industry. That’s way this will be determinant when we choose the candidate.
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