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Toward Fairer Data-Driven Performance Management : Harvard Business Review , December 14, , 2022

December 14, 2022

Harvard Business Review

From the summary: “Reliable, accurate, and bias-free measures of employees’ job performance are notoriously elusive. And while companies are awash with data about their employees, their ability to translate them into trustworthy markers of performance is at best a work in progress. Research shows that self-ratings and supervisory ratings of job performance overlap by merely 4%. While true meritocracy in organizations is impossible and performance won’t ever be entirely measurable, organizations can become more merit-based, fairer, and overall more successful if they identify KPIs about performance within their organizations and use the right data to measure it.”

Authors - Chamorro-Premuzic, Tomas, Waber, Ben


Chamorro-Premuzic, Tomas, Waber, Ben


Harvard Business Review

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