Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

Research shows that professional assessors (like psychologists) provide more accurate and unbiased ratings of participants then line managers ( Lievens, 2002 ). However, there is also something to be said about the validity and benchmarks of the off-the-shelf content.

Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

Research shows that professional assessors (like psychologists) provide more accurate and unbiased ratings of participants then line managers ( Lievens, 2002 ). However, there is also something to be said about the validity and benchmarks of the off-the-shelf content.

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Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

Research shows that professional assessors (like psychologists) provide more accurate and unbiased ratings of participants then line managers ( Lievens, 2002 ). However, there is also something to be said about the validity and benchmarks of the off-the-shelf content.

Exploring the World of Customer Service – An Interview with John Dijulius

SurveySparrow

How were we going to compete? In 2002, I wrote my first book, Secret Service – Hidden Systems that Deliver Unforgettable Customer Service. Don’t make excuses about why your customer service isn’t world-class.

HR TechStack – Performance Tracking

WhoKnows

Founded in 2002, Quantum Workplace makes complex data understandable, so it’s easy for organizations to take action. It provides a powerful tool for HR professionals and managers to gather valuable information about employees, with tools like benchmarking and blind-spot detection.

Part II “We Know More Than We Can Say: How to Use Tacit Knowledge

Conversation Matters

External benchmarking suggests that the costs would have been up to $500,000 higher without the knowledge transfer. By the end of the study in 2002 the death rate had fallen to 2.1 . In Part I, I explained why “we know more than we can say” including, 1) how our brains store knowledge, 2) how we create knowledge 3) the values and relationships that are involved in tacit knowledge.

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