Une analyse systémique de l'évaluation des ressources humaines - réflexions et expérimentations en milieu scolaire
[A Systemic Analysis of the Evaluation of the Human Resources - Reflections and Experiments From a School's Sample]
Evaluation's way is set on a paradox. The feed-back of evaluation would imply - according to a wrong way - the evaluation of the examiner. Systemic Analysis could show the promises and the semantic limits of this technical. It seems to be impossible to measure work's human value through the measurement of evaluation. Because examiner is human too, measurement should be wrong twice. So, validity and efficiency of evaluation seems to appear only if the game between pupils and examiner is a positive sum game.
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- Theodore W. Schultz, 1960. "Capital Formation by Education," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 68, pages 571.
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