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People Analytics 101: Getting Hiring Right

The hiring teams have one of the toughest jobs in the organization. They have a herculean task of closing requisitions at the wild pace at which businesses open them. 713 more words

People Analytics

sensible educated guesses

In highly efficient markets-making sensible educated guesses in a situation of great uncertainty are no more accurate than blind guesses.


" The hedgehog and the fox " from Isaiah Berlin’s essay on Tolstoy

Hedgehogs “know one big thing” and have a theory about the world; they account for particular events within a coherent framework, bristle with impatience toward those who don’t see things their way, and are confident in their forecasts. 178 more words


Thinking Fast and Slow - Great Psychology Book

Daniel Kahneman is one of the greatest psychology writers of our time. He has a nobel prize in economics for his work on human decision making and the impact on the economy. 202 more words

Cognitive Bias

Thinking, Fast and Slow

I just started a book a friend recommended some time ago and I’m really liking it. It’s a book about thinking about thinking, exactly the sort of thing I like to think about. 38 more words

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Chip Heath & Dan Heath: Made to Stick

Chip and Dan Heath have a writing style that turns important ideas into simple formulations, and illustrates them with compelling case studies. Their three books (to date) are all best-sellers and each is well-worth reading for any manager, professional, or entrepreneur. 1,010 more words