HR Analytics: Individual characteristics, projects and patterns in decision making

HR Analytics: Individual characteristics, projects and patterns in decision making

This talk takes a decisive look at the patterns of how different employees involved in various projects types (product development or commercialization) structure their decision making.

Studies show that patterns of how employees use either intuitive or more analytical reasoning depend on which project the employees contribute to. They also structure their decision making differently from managers.

This has important consequences for both the employees, who can be more aware of how they make decisions and maybe be better in control of these, and managers, who face the decision on which individual to assign to which project in a given point in time.

Are you curious what is in your or your employees' mind? Does your work involve collaborative project teams? If your answer is yes, then my talk will be of interest to you. 

The lecture builds on in-depth insights from a major Danish manufacturer, where I studied patterns of decision making. 

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Teknologi og Innovation
Kultur og Samfund

Målgruppe

Voksne
Unge (inkl. ungdomsuddannelser)

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45 minutes-1 hour

Forsker

Aga Nowinska

Ansættelsessted

Copenhagen Business School

Titel

Postdoc

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