A Cure for Poor Human Capital Decisions? -John Boudreau's Latest CFO Post
John Boudreau's latest contribution to his CFO column has just posted.
There is a large amount of scientifically supported research about workplace behavior, but few managers are aware of it. That's a problem, because knowing the research could allow leaders to make better human-capital decisions. The same problem afflicts the medical profession, but there are hopeful signs of progress there. In fact, the example of "evidence-based medicine" may suggest a treatment program for poor management decisions generally. Read the full article here.
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