Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group | Mar 26, 2019
The concept applies not only to sports, but to enterprises too. The best talent for your business versus the best talent demonstrated on paper does not always translate. Taking thoughtful consideration to how well people mesh and work together within a company is often overlooked. One thing to compare and observe, is how a professional sports team’s success is dependent on how well the pieces fit together. How can a professional athlete learn the system, and contribute to the team chemistry? Versus simply plucking a good player out of the bunch, adding them to the team, and hoping that they do well.

Don't go by what's on paper

You need to evaluate your team and think about what personalities balance each other well. Who will add to the business culture? To the community? Who will bring new perspectives? It’s not necessarily ...

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