In determining "the right people," the good-to-great companies placed greater weight on character attributes than on specific educational background, practical skills, specialized knowledge, or work experience. Not that specific knowledge or skills are unimportant, but they viewed these traits as more teachable (or at least learnable), whereas they believed dimensions like character, work ethic, basic intelligence, dedication to fulfilling commitments, and values are more ingrained. As Dave Nassef of Pitney Bowes put it:
So, let's get right people on the bus and others off.
Plus, Let me quote NIDEC's HR discipline.
나의 회사에 RIGHT PEOPLE이란 어떤 사람인가?!!
Excerpts from Good to Great, 일본전산 이야기
Edited by Doer Ahn