Statistical studies

Every year, People Test Systems publishes several reports based on theoretical analysis and statistical studies highlighting psychological phenomena relevant to business. The reports are prepared using data from 60,000 personality and intelligence tests completed annually by more than 100 different nationalities.

Dark Traits in Management

Are you brave enough to recognise your dark traits? Whether we like it or not, we all have dark traits – personality traits that, when

People Test Systems - Whitepaper - Why-testing-matters

Whitepaper – Why Testing Matters

Literature review based on the most recent job analysis research. The use of different methods in personnel selection has a long history. Compared to earlier

Future of management

If only we could look into the future, we would know exactly what kind of competences our organisations will need to survive the brave new

Adaptability Quotient (AQ)

In an increasingly complex, changeable and unpredictable world, the ability, will and not least courage to change are more important than ever. The ability to


Deception or manipulation is often perceived as something dark and unethical. But what about the “positive” manipulation that is for the common good, that comes from a kind heart and that is intended to protect, persuade or guide?

Deep Level Diversity

Gender quotas, diverse short lists, and strategies for diversity & inclusion – often abbreviated D&I – are hot topics these days. This statistical study gives an insight into all of these topics at once.

Transformation in Progress

We live in a time where transformation has become commonplace. People have always been required to relate and adjust to new times and new circumstances, but the speed with which changes occur has increased markedly.

IQ versus EQ

In line with the ever-growing digitisation, it is becoming increasingly evident that digital competences alone cannot keep us and businesses safe in the future. As many of our work tasks are being taken over by robots and artificial intelligence, futurologists predict that ’hard skills’ will be replaced by ’soft skills’.