I believe that in order to find the right person for any job it is important to check if that person fits in well with the existing organizational culture. I feel that all job related skills can be imparted to an incumbent during training but its nearly impossible to change his attitude. So if a person has all the desired skills for the job but doesn't suit well with the culture, he wouldn't be a preferable candidate in my opinion.  I would advise executives to only assess the basic job skills and focus more on the candidates's alignment with the culture of the company. Furthermore, executive need to gauge the candidates's interpersonal skills and ability to work in cohesion with peers. This would help them to create teams that are both efficient and effective.

I believe that in order to find the right person for any job it is important to check if that person fits in well with the existing organizational culture. I feel that all job related skills can be imparted to an incumbent during training but its nearly impossible to change his attitude. So if a person has all the desired skills for the job but doesn't suit well with the culture, he wouldn't be a preferable candidate in my opinion.  I would advise executives to only assess the basic job skills and focus more on the candidates's alignment with the culture of the company. Furthermore, executive need to gauge the candidates's interpersonal skills and ability to work in cohesion with peers. This would help them to create teams that are both efficient and effective.

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