Executives Ignore Valuable Employee Actions that They Cant Measure

Along with better data, we need to develop a more nuanced view of human qualities and human potential. Can we not only accept, but embrace, that some behaviors may not be reducible to easily quantifiable metrics, and that no amount of data can fully capture all of your, or my, best performance qualities? In a world that is increasingly driven by quantitative analyses of employees and performance, we need to find ways to efficiently incorporate both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of performance.

More: Executives Ignore Valuable Employee Actions that They Cant Measure – Richard D. Johnson – Harvard Business Review.

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