Research Library

Measuring Quality of Hire – The Ultimate Recruiting Metric

John Sullivan covers the concept of quality of hire (QoH)—why it’s important, when and how to measure it, common mistakes companies make, and other questions.

John Sullivan and Master Burnett

Dr. John Sullivan

How social influence can undermine the wisdom of crowd effect

The “wisdom of the crowd” effect is the finding that the average estimate of a group can be more accurate than the estimate of an expert. This study discovered that even mild social influence can undermine the wisdom of the crowd effect in simple estimation tasks.

Jan Lorenz, Heiko Rauhut, Frank Schweitzer, and Dirk Helbing

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Validity and Utility of Alternative Predictors of Job Performance

This study examines the emergence of star performers—a few individuals who contribute the majority of output—and what it means for business.

John E. Hunter, Ronda F. Hunter

Psychological Bulletin, American Psychological Association

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