"What evidence do you have to support basic HR practices such as job evaluation and grading? Do you have any evidence that this is beneficial to your organisation?"
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:
Excellent work by Paul Kearns and Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer on the need of a more evidence-based and scientific approach "to bring the HR profession into the modern age". Pfeffer is very critical on the way HR operates today, viewing it as "mindless imitation of what others are doing".
Bottom-line: "The scientific method is not magic, but the big breakthrough in management will come when people management decisions are made more scientifically rather than through ill-considered, off-the-shelf HR and training practices that have been copied from everyone else."
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