Posts byLorenzo Gallì

Interview with Rob Briner, Scientific Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa)

ob Briner is Professor of Organizational Psychology in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London. He is also very active in developing evidence-based practice in management, HR and organizational psychology. He was a founding member, Vice-Chair and now Scientific Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management which, through its teaching, training and dissemination activities aims to help managers make better decisions by adopting the principles of evidence-based practice. Rob’s work in this area has led to him being named in 2016 the Most Influential HR Thinker by HR Magazine.
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Interview with Shreya Sarkar-Barney, President of Human Capital Growth

ScienceForWork shares the contribution of scientific research  in the field of organizational psychology and personnel management with HR professionals, managers and consultants. Evidence-Based Management is the driving vision of ScienceForWork. We believe in the added value obtained by matching research and daily HR Management. We would like to give you the opportunity to introduce yourself to our readers: who
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An interview with Patrick Vermeren, President of Evidence Based HRM

ScienceForWork would like to give you the chance to introduce yourself to our readers. Patrick Vermeren, who are you? I’m the president of the Belgian/Dutch not-for-profit organization ‘Evidence Based HRM’, an active member of Skepp vzw (Sceptic), and the author of “De HR-ballon. 10 Populaire Praktijken Doorprikt (The HR Balloon: 10 Popular Practices Punctured).” and
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