David Brown sat at his desk in the stock room of his toy store, Huckle Buckle Beanstalk, looking at the three r?sum?s in front of him. He needed a new store manager, and these three r?sum?s were his top choices. Each offered a different mix of skills and experience, and he hoped he would have the unusual luxury of having one rise to the top in the afternoon interviews. He had fired his previous store manager just over a month earlier for theft, and he knew that the business would suffer if he had to continue managing the store himself.
Darden Business Publishing – University of Virginia