The Top 5 Posts of 2012 from the ‘All About Human Capital’-Blog

It’s been a fantastic and fun year writing blog posts on this blog and in honor of the New Year, I’d like to share the most popular posts to my readers over the past year.

Here are the top 10 posts in terms of views and re-tweets from this blog for 2012, enjoy:

5: The challenge for HR analytics is not data – it is the mindset

The software is good, the people are bright – it is the strategic mindset around data which is the challenge.

4: Why HR KPIs still matter but why they still fail to deliver

KPI’s are criticized but they still matter – you must however follow theses rules of thumb when using them.

3: HR KPIs: The good, the bad and the ugly

KPI’s actually work most of the time. If you measure people and you link it to their pay they will in most cases try to meet these goals. Bad KPI’s therefore do more harm than good.

2: Top 5 Talent Management KPIs

A list of the five most important and strategic Talent Management KPI’s

1: Cognitive dissonance and HR Analytics is a bad cocktail

The most popular post was about psychology and HR Data – how cognitive dissonance will create a bias for a certain decision despite facts and evidence may favor the alternative.

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