- ?Lv 51 十年前最愛解答
Peter's principle 係一個人力資源既法則
The Peter Principle is a colloquial principle of hierarchiology, stated as "In a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence." Formulated by Dr. Laurence J. Peter in his 1968 book The Peter Principle, the principle pertains to the level of competence of the human resources in a hierarchical organization.
佢主要係講係一個等級制度之下(例如一間公司), 你會慢慢係咁升級,一直升到一級你其實係冇能力可以做到既,咁果個等級就係你既level of incompetence, 而到個自己既level of incompetence之後, 你其實就冇可能再升到級,而佢個理論peter principle就係話理論上,每個人o係公司裡面最後end up都會係升到自己既level of incompetence,然後停o係度
On a personal level, the practical application of the Peter Principle is that it allows assessment of the potential of any given employee for a promotion to a higher rank on the basis of job performance in his or her current position. It states that members of a hierarchical organization are eventually promoted to their highest level of competence, after which further promotion raises them to a level at which they may become incompetent. Such a level is called the employee's "level of incompetence", at which the employee has a dismal or no chance at all of being promoted any further, thus achieving the ceiling of his or her career growth within a given organization.
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