Today John contrasts coal with diamonds and asks:
Is recruiting a manipulative sport where human beings are precisely "Capital"? ...or is Recruiting a graceful endeavor where team building and consequence matter?
Why don't you dig in and see what you turn up: Digging Into v1.16

Happy Friday! Ami G

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Comment by Joshua Letourneau on August 22, 2008 at 1:32pm
Well, I think it's a step forward when employees (or "human beings currently employed at the organization") are considered "Capital" instead of "Resources". Capital is invested; Resources are allocated and expended.

One of Peter Drucker's knocks against capitalism was the rate and voracity in which resources are discarded . . . Would you agree?

I'm having a hard time correlating the second part of the question to the first, so I'll just say that, at a 40k-ft and 6" level, team-building and consequences always matter . . . sometimes more than others, but they always matter.

It's the degree to which that falls into question.


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