Gender bias in my hiring history

I have hired a lot of people. I have hired more men than women. I have also hired a greater proportion of female applicants than male. Both of these are critical to understanding the bias in my field (software development) and what to do about it. Also, both are indirect results of something else.

Most of the industry√ā¬†optimizes hiring decisions for individual performance. They assume the best company performance comes from strong individual performance.

They are wrong.

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