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The Performance Management Puzzle: Familiar Challenge, New Tools

Traditional performance management processes often fail to satisfy the needs of the employee and the manager, yet HR executives struggle to find acceptable alternatives. Can new performance management technologies and strategies address this conundrum?

On a HR Executives Dbriefs webcast, The Performance Management Puzzle: Familiar Challenge, New Tools held on September 11, 2013, Daniel John Roddy, specialist leader and Nathan Sloan, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discussed:

  • Factors creating the puzzle, including performance and grading pressures, new organization structures, technology improvements and generational expectations.
  • Bridging the gap by focusing on desired outcomes, peer networks, manager capabilities and better use of performance data.
  • Lessons learned, including targeted introduction of new tools and rapid experimentation to test, refine and scale new ways of working.  

Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to explore emerging, innovative approaches to performance management that hold promise in a rapidly changing workplace.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:

What grade would you give to your organization's performance management process?

What would happen if your organization stopped the annual/semiannual review and rating process?

How relevant is the performance management trend for your organization?

For your organization, and the business you are in, which performance management approach seems like the better fit for you?

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