Performance Management: Are Today’s Practices Working?

September 30, 2015 by Bonnie D. Graham 27

The buzz: Time for a makeover?

Performance Management (PM) began informally around World War 1. By the late-1950s, many companies adopted formal, personality-based PM practices without a self-appraisal component. Complaints arose about PM ineffectiveness.

Fast-forward to today. Most organizations are using a PM strategy intended to drive the right behaviors toward a specific outcome, but 80% believe it’s not delivering.

Is your PM maximizing or hurting your employees’ productivity?

It’s time to examine the good, bad, and ugly of PM, and learn about improvement strategies you can use now.

The experts speak.

Dr. Steven Hunt, SuccessFactors: “Sweeping generalizations about certain performance management methods being universally good or bad are almost always wrong.”

Josh Bersin, Bersin by Deloitte: “Traditional performance appraisals are dinosaurs.”

Pam Seplow, SAP: “Good judgment comes from experience, experience comes from bad judgment.” (Will Rodgers)

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