Category Archives: Performance management

Talent stats – A book review of ‘Moneyball’ by Michael Lewis

Update for ‘Football Manager’ fans. It probably tells me something about the state of the talent management ‘profession’ when a book on baseball proves to be the best source I could find on how to use statistical evidence to identify … Continue reading

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The 1st Pillar – Societal value versus profit

MI’s 10 Pillars – its core principles – are all very simple.  Pillar 1 makes a clear distinction between profit and value.  Why?  Because if society focuses on profit, rather than value, it gets what it deserves. One of the … Continue reading

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Performance management – SHRM Foundation finally acknowledges need for mature approach

How long does it take for mature thinking in HR to take hold?  Let’s consider this question in relation to how the problematic topic of performance management has fared over the last 20 years or so.  Back in 2000, I … Continue reading

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