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Written by Joel Dehlin   
Monday, 05 March 2007

Whatever you think about the book Good to Great it’s hard to argue one of its premises–that great companies don’t exist without great people. I’m a believer.

In my experience a great engineer can be equal to two, three or even more average engineers. They have good attitudes. They’re productive. They do things right and minimize re-work. They’re not defensive. They communicate with others effectively. They look for things to do when they’ve got spare capacity. They’re easy to talk with. And they inspire others. I just love them. People like this are easily worth what their skills and experience demand in the market.

So how do you find them?



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