Your HR department likely doesn’t have a solid decision-making framework. Your marketing & finance departments on the other hand, probably do. The marketing department might even have automated decision-making based on the above framework. For instance, if revenue within a week doesn’t reach a particular goal by Wednesday, some more ads could be released programmatically.
HR doesn’t have a framework to base decisions on. Reason why? The intricate complexity is ever-changing. The diversity within people is just tremendous and highly contextual.
Before defining and quantifying the parameters within the framework, HR could benefit from agreeing on the outlines of a decision-making framework.