Re: A cautionary tale: Portfolio Assessment

Subject: Re: A cautionary tale: Portfolio Assessment
From: Edwyn Kumar <bastion -at- telus -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 10:01:20 -0800

on 22/1/02 9:33 AM, Steve Shepard at STEVES -at- YARDI -dot- com eloquently stated:


> Late last year I interviewed people for a position and the two people I
> ended up interviewing both left me their portfolios. They both got them back
> in the same condition they left it with me.

I left two pieces of my portfolio (art) in black case and plastic sheets and
never got them back. Even after a lot of phone calls and a personal visit,
no one could find it since it "made its rounds" amongst the management team.

If you're going to leave some work for assessment, make sure they're copies!
;)

Cheers,




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