Door: R. B. Briner en E. Barends
What springs into mind when you hear the term science? Laboratory workers in white coats? The Large Hadron Collider in Geneva? Memories of exciting and seemingly dangerous chemistry experiments at school? These are widespread and popular ideas of science. So is it any surprise that many in HR appear to wonder what science has to do with them or what they do? Of course, science isn’t only about such “hard science” phenomena. As a method and way of thinking about how to understand the world, it can be applied to almost anything, including people’s behavior – the very stuff of HR. So what is science actually for? What does it really have to do with HR? How does it fit into evidence-based HR practice?Wil je het hele rapport bekijken? Log hieronder in of registreer je gratis als lid van HRcommunity en krijg onbeperkt toegang tot alle content!