Professor Rob Briner voted 'Most Influential HR Thinker'
This post is based on publications by HR Magazine.
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Rob Briner, who was elected yesterday by the British HR Magazine as 'Most Influential HR Thinker'.
As a professor at the University of Bath School of Management, Rob Briner is particularly interested in the reciprocal relationships between work conditions, psychological wellbeing and behaviors.
He is involved in several initiatives around evidence-based management, including the Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa), which seek to identify ways of increasing the use of evidence of various kinds in management practice.
We are truly grateful that professor Briner was the keynote on our last Leaders Lunch in Brussels. Together with Eric Barends, managing director of CEBMa, he gave us an animated presentation on how to get started with evidence-based HR.
Links to some of his columns in HR Magazine:
- What’s the evidence for… evidence-based HR?
- What’s the evidence for… talent management?
- What’s the evidence for… performance management?
- What’s the evidence for… change management?
- What's the evidence for... neuro-linguistic programming?
- Don’t believe the hype of employee engagement
- Five things HR needs to stop doing
- Five things HR should start doing
Further recommended reading:
- Evidence-Based HR: Under the Microscope (Katie Jacobs, incl. Rob Briner)
- Evidence-Based Management: The Basic Principles (Denise Rousseau, Eric Barends, Rob Briner)
- The Role of Scientific Findings in Evidence-Based HR (Eric Barends, Rob Briner)
Stay tuned on Twitter via @Rob_Briner.