How to attract the modern high performer

04/23/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Technology and social networks are making it possible for individuals to accomplish things that once required the resources of large organizations, Marina Gorbis writes. To attract these "amplified individuals," employers should consider rewarding employees for contributions they make outside the company and getting rid of rigid office hierarchies, she writes.

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