HR-analyse som ledelseskonsept og ledelsesmote

  • Dag Øivind Madsen Dag Øivind Madsen er ph.d og førsteamanuensis på Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge
  • Kåre Slåtten Kåre Slåtten er cand.polit og førstelektor på Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge

Resumé

Artikkelen drøfter HR-analyse som ledelseskonsept og ledelsesmote. HR analyse handler om å samle inn og analysere HR-data for å kunne fatte bedre beslutninger og har gjennom de siste årene vokst fram til å bli et svært populært konsept blant praktikere og konsulenter innen HR-feltet. Til tross for konseptets popularitet og oppmerksomhet er det blitt viet lite oppmerksomhet fra forskere. Ved å bruke teorier om ledelseskonsepter og ledelsesmoter er formålet med denne artikkelen å bedre kunne forstå utbredelsen av HR-analyse og de sterke kreftene som står bak spredningen av konseptet. Vi presenterer også noen funn fra virksomheters anvendelse av konseptet.  

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