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How would you move Mount Fuji? : Microsoft's cult of the puzzle : how the world's smartest companies select the most creative thinkers

Author: William Poundstone
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Microsoft's interview process is a grueling sequence of brain-busting questions that separate the most creative thinkers from the merely brilliant. So effective is their technique that other leading corporations--from the high-tech industry to consulting and financial services--are modeling their own hiring practices on Bill Gates' unique approach. How would you move Mount Fuji? reveals for the first time more than  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Poundstone
ISBN: 0316919160 9780316919166
OCLC Number: 50841561
Description: x, 276 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Contents: The impossible question --
The Termans and Silicon Valley --
Bill Gates and the Culture of Puzzles --
The Microsoft interview puzzles --
Embracing cluelessness --
Wall Street and the stress interview --
The hardest interview puzzles --
How to outsmart the puzzle interview --
How innovative companies ought to interview.
Responsibility: William Poundstone.

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Microsoft's interview process is a grueling sequence of brain-busting questions that separate the most creative thinkers from the merely brilliant. So effective is their technique that other leading corporations--from the high-tech industry to consulting and financial services--are modeling their own hiring practices on Bill Gates' unique approach. How would you move Mount Fuji? reveals for the first time more than 35 of Microsoft's puzzles and riddles.

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