It depends what you mean by "....inspecting people's values." Values can be all over the map and get into some pretty personal things. I guess I'd say values that directly contribute to the mission would be relevant.
I always tried to hire the most qualified reporters when I was an editor, but that might have been naive. I hired some emminently qualified people who failed. Assuming all your hires are ethical is a mistake. I was surprised on several occasions.
You need people who fit well into the team and embrace ethos, ones who understand the mission and have fire in their belly to accomplish it and grow.
I've been wondering about "they" my whole professional. As a parent in little league baseball, decisions, many of them unfair and biased, were rationalized as the decision of "the board." Guess who those decisions favored. I digress.
That's an excellent point about finding out who "they" is. If you don't know, you haven't not tried to make your point.
I would to know GDIT's BYOD policy or what governs what devices are used and their access privileges. I don't want to go so far as to say you've got it figured out, but from your comment, you seem to be well on the way to figuring out mobile security. I have to believe you have pretty stringent requriements at GD.
Agree -- It would be nice if they had cited their sources. With statistics like that you always have to wonder how they arrived at the number. Does it represent some corner case, or was the research methodology flawed? Can't say for sure, but I agree that statistic is counter intuitive and seems suspect.
Regardless --- I am still amazed at the volume of business-related print processes that in this digital age still rely on "snail mail" and hope that organizations look at the cut back in postal services as an opportunity to rethink document workflow processes.
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