Phil Rosenzweig 3 February 2017

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How Can Evidence-Based Thinking Help Us Evaluate Performance?

In his presentation from CRF's workshop - Developing a Business Relevant HR Function - Phil Rosenzweig asks two very important questions for HR:

- Do we know high performance when we see it?
- What shapes our thinking about high performance?

Through media-based and experimental findings, Phil challenges the understanding behind evidence-based management and the 'bumps' along the way we should be aware of when making business decisions.

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