Being data-driven has joined the ranks of “innovative”, “diverse”, and “socially responsible” as the one of most laudable features of organizational culture.
When it comes to the training of quantitative, data-driven, or fact-based reasoning skills, there is well-established evidence for the competencies that predict individuals’ likelihood to learn and display these skills.
In this blog, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Chief Talent Scientist at ManpowerGroup, shares three key talent management recommendations that should help organizations become more data-driven.
Read the full article on the Harvard Business Review website.
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