Smarter Hiring, the DDI Way

Hanft, Adam
March 2003
Inc.;Mar2003, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p92
Focuses on the hiring process at Development Dimensions International (DDI), a consulting firm. Mission of William C. Byhan, cofounder of DDI; Background of the company; History of the company.


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