Michael Lewis’s book Moneyball pits the collective old-time wisdom of baseball players, managers, coaches, scouts, and front offices against rigorous statistical analysis in determining which players to recruit. Analysis wins, changing the game forever. Could the same be true for recruiting top talent?
When the National Bureau of Economic Research looked into this, it pitted humans against computers for more than 300,000 hires in high-turnover jobs … [ Read more ]
Authors: Mary Meaney, Scott Keller | Source: “Attracting and retaining the right talent” | Original Publication: The McKinsey Quarterly | Subjects: Hiring, Human Resources