Slightly controversial points of view #15
“Tell me something, that almost nobody agrees with you on”
Based on the famous Peter Thiel question and in line with our slightly evil podcast and slightly uncomfortable newsletter, every week we post things that had the same reaction: they forced us to stop and think about what we’d just read and the assumptions we held before we read it.
Last week City Journal published a piece by Heather Mac Donald about the history of the implicit association test (IAT…hotair.com
Executive Summary Few topics have captivated talent management discussions more intensely than potential. But how good…hbr.org
“The foremost reason for the failure of HiPo identification programs is that without science it is virtually impossible to assess potential. People love and trust their intuition, but when our evaluations are based on intuitive judgments, they are ripe for being led astray by biases and political undercurrents.”