Aptitude tests not the final answer

Disgraced U.K. bank chair scored well on psychometric tests

It must have seemed like a good idea at the time — to somebody. Paul Flowers, a Methodist minister for more than 40 years, was hired in 2010 to be chair of the Co-operative Bank based in Manchester, U.K.

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