The world of work and companies have never had so many so-called "smart" tools at their disposal to measure, quantify, and analyze their performance... and those of their teams. An employee and his daily activity carries a thousand and one pieces of data that his employer can consult and analyze on a permanent basis. If you scan an employee, you can find out in a few minutes how much they are worth, how much they cost, quantify their efforts, weaknesses, shortcomings, etc. and compare it with other employees. The number is a hard drug. In the corporate world, some people think only about it, swear by it, and make their decisions based on it.
His days are inhabited by graphs, curves, and pie charts
Thomas, on his manager
A colossal mistake. We're going to find out why numbers addicts get it wrong. "Developing a sick belief in numbers and reasoning only with them is a bias that is both terrible and harmful," Philippe Silberzahn, professor of psychology, told Le Figaro.
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