As game speed increased, accuracy becomes vital. Industries need to move beyond the standard interview protocols of reviewing resumes, years of experience, performance history and industry expertise. Though these points are critical, the issue of goodness of fit within an organization’s culture is talked about, but often glossed over. In hopes of assessing this very important aspect of a new hire, companies have expectedly utilized standard assessment tools that attempt to help individuals identify personality profile, however these standard assessment tools often miss the mark given their complexity, in some cases offering more than 30 profile indicators to facilitate self-awareness, or are so colloquial that the profile loses meaning. With the speed at which industry is moving, we don’t have time to become our own personal psychologist, understanding our own profile, (let alone someone else’s), with the hope of ultimately understanding how all these profiles and personalities interact. What’s more, often companies gloss over assessing their own understanding of their own culture. Unless the hiring authority is clear in its understanding of its own personality, a clash will likely occur between talent and corporate culture.