About Robert Hartman
In 1933, a prominent German named Robert Hartman began devising a method of "organizing the goodness" of those around him. "Organized Goodness" sounds abstract, but it is not. Quality and excellence, he felt, represented "Organized Goodness." By looking beneath the surface of individuals, Hartman was able to evaluate the reasons why people value one thing over another. The result of his research, The Hartman Value Profile, is one of the most mathematical, scientific and logically based assessment tools ever created. In fact, Robert Hartman was nominated for the Nobel Prize in 1973 for his work in promoting human self-understanding, the advancement of the most important human values and the implications of his work for transforming life in the most positive ways.