Editor’s Choice: Is It Time To Bring Data To Managing?

We Recommend: Getting companies to pay attention to engage in so-called “evidence-based management” is a challenge. This piece from Knowable Magazine takes a deep dive into why.

Executives have plenty of data available to ‘manage by evidence.’  Whether it’s hiring staff or determining salaries or investing in technology, managers have a vast scholarly literature at their disposal: studies conducted over more than a century show whether pay incentives drive internal motivation; whether diversity training works; whether companies should get rid of performance ratings; how to train effective teams; and more.

So why do most companies ignore the evidence and manage by intuition?

In this article in “Knowable Magazine,” Eryn Brown looks at the evidence.

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