Employment, Management, Productivity, Data analysis, Candidate, Learning

Stop Overengineering People Management

On Aug 20, 2020
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While many organizations still claim to believe that engaged employees matter, a significant and rising number seem to be pushing decision-making and control back to experts and algorithms. https://t.co/kf2MBd5Ufe
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The trend toward optimization is disempowering employees.

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On Aug 20, 2020
@HarvardBiz shared
While many organizations still claim to believe that engaged employees matter, a significant and rising number seem to be pushing decision-making and control back to experts and algorithms. https://t.co/kf2MBd5Ufe
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Stop Overengineering People Management

Stop Overengineering People Management

The trend toward optimization is disempowering employees.

The complicated and troubled history of the annual performance review

The complicated and troubled history of the annual performance review

Companies have spent billions of hours ranking, filing, and giving workers feedback. In the end, does it really motivate?

Why the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ Looks Much Like the First

Why the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ Looks Much Like the First

The tyranny of automation is less scary than the automation of tyranny.

How School Leaders Create the Conditions for Effective Coaching

How School Leaders Create the Conditions for Effective Coaching

We focus on ways school leaders can establish the four conditions that help coaches transform leading, teaching, and schooling: A strong model of high-quality instruction A strong model of ...

Why Skills Shouldn't Be Just a P.S. on a Resume

Why Skills Shouldn't Be Just a P.S. on a Resume

The most important part of someone's resume is no longer education, or even experience.

The Datafication of Employment

The Datafication of Employment

We live in a surveillance society. Our every preference, inquiry, whim, desire, relationship, and fear can be seen, recorded, and monetized by thousands of