Finding, selecting, developing and retaining employees who are the best fit for the job and the organization is a challenge that keeps us up at night. In fact, according to the Conference Board’s ‘CEO Challenge 2013’ report, human capital was named the leading worldwide challenge, followed second by operational excellence and third by innovation. There are a number of market factors driving organizations to be concerned about human capital and optimal staffing. First, with the economy beginning to recover, jobs in select markets are on the rise2 and many organizations are struggling with retention issues. Making matters worse, departments have been operating incredibly lean for so long that many managers hurry to get just about any adequate performer into the organization. Second, organizations continue to work more collaboratively; this increases the number of interviewers involved in the hiring process, which often makes selection more difficult and time consuming. Third, the continued globalization of the workforce demands greater segmentation of an organization’s selection efforts. Hence, building a selection process that is scalable, objective and effective while accounting for all of these circumstances is challenging.