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Ep5 Blind Metrics Drive Un?Believable Behaviour | The MeeTime Podcast - Making Work More Fun


Ep5 Blind Metrics Drive Un?Believable Behaviour.


In this one, we discuss how blind metrics, when used improperly, incentivize counterproductive behaviours, undermine quality, and obscure genuine value in various fields, from employee performance to professional consultations and medical practices.



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Ali Asl - Extreme Agile

Steve Holloway - HumanIT

Gavin Jones - MeeTime







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