Judging employees on results could reward luck over skill, argue top psychologists, and there’s a better way to do it

In most workplaces today, you don’t earn an “A” for effort.

If you failed to make a sale even though you sat at your desk for hours every day calling clients, it’s hard to believe you’ll get a pat on the back — or a promotion. Results matter.

But top psychologists argue that this system of evaluating performance is heavily flawed.

At the World Business Forum in New York, Daniel Kahneman told the audience that organizations should evaluate employees’ process instead of their outcome.

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