Where Are We in the Great Performance Management Experiment?

josh-calabrese-236920-unsplash-4-o6xvcqjvxp2914khag64bq9xp5z6a63crjq048e1s8

Introduction It has been a tad shy of a decade since organizations began redesigning their approaches to performance management (PM). While previous approaches focused mainly on top-down, annual, staid processes, organizations now have to go beyond simply managing performance: they need to enable it. More specifically, organizations need practices that motivate, engage, and develop employees through a more collaborative, dynamic,…

Right now, membership is free! Log in or join to see more. 

1 Comment
  1. When priorities and goals diverge, tensions appear within the team, and the whole is often no longer greater than the sum of its parts. This is a fundamental issue for high performing teams. Consensus, consistency and agreement are vital for effective teamwork.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *