How the NFL scouted its new chief people officer


Any organization with 100 years’ worth of history has its share of stories to tell, and few such organizations have had their histories so immortalized as the National Football League.

2019 marked a century of operations for the NFL. The league is not only one of the most popular professional sports organizations in the U.S. but also the world’s highest grossing professional sports organization globally, reportedly taking in an estimated $14 billion in revenue in 2018.

As the NFL celebrated its 100th birthday, it also concluded a lower profile campaign: the search for a new HR chief. In November, the league announced the hiring of Dasha Smith to the role of chief people officer and executive vice president. Smith…





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