which new business partner candidate to choose often must happen rather quickly. So while having a lot of partner choices may seem like a good problem to have, in reality, the task of choosing the best candidate from too many new partner choices can often paralyze rather than facilitate the process of team building. But fret not! Mathematicians have developed a simple formula author Alex Bellos, in his book “The Grapes of Math,” claims will help you quickly and efficiently identify the best fit from any group of other humans–be they potential wives, secretaries, or business partners. While the formula is geared toward choosing a single individual from a group, there’s nothing to say it cannot be applied repeatedly. The determination of who is best should include application of tools designed to help the team determine whether the candidates hold shared values and have compatible behaviors. To read more about Alex’s book and how to apply the formula to your particular partner search, click through this link to the article at NPR.org, “How To Marry The Right Girl: A Mathematical Solution.” Reprinted with permission of PartnerSimple.com]]>
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