Welcome to The Big-Data-Driven Age
Hogan et al. (2013), as said in the recent MIT Sloan Management Review article by Bersin and Chamorro-Premuzic (2019) found that the most searched talent for a great employee is: ability, likability, and drive. Through compiling many other sources and our own professional experiences, similarly, we also find that these traits are necessary for business, except it is done on a larger scale which will change the term 'character' into 'culture'.
Deriving from plenty of trustworthy findings, we created summaries and also the Plomia framework to ease one in analysing businesses. Basically, Plomia is a collection of applicable business knowledges—including the psychological issues behind it—that have been tested for its quality and validity through times, presented in the most effective ways as possible: website, framework, and the possible forthcoming AI technologies. So, please stay open minded when surfing our site, it’s all facts, backed up with data, processed with the best possible method to minimise chances of bias—or at least that’s what we're always after. As Dobelli (2013) said in one of his books: all we need is less irrationality!
References:Bersin J and Chamorro-Premuzic T (2019) New ways to gauge talent and potential. MIT Sloan Management Review 60(2): 7-10.Dobelli R (2013) The Art of Thinking Clearly. International ed. New York: HarperCollins.Hogan R, Chamorro-Premuzic T and Kaiser RB (2013) Employability and career success: bridging the gap between theory and reality. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6(1): 3-16.
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