Performance Management

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Golfing with Two Clubs?

Article | Author: Jamie Hayman | Published: July 2, 2015
Making business decisions purely based on the numbers and economics is not that difficult. It’s when you add the human factor that business decisions become exponentially more challenging and nuanced. When I explain what Insight ... Read more
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Changing the Performance Management Status Quo

Blog | Author: Saba Software, Inc. | Source: HCI | Published: June 30, 2015

Today, plenty of experts and studies confirm what we already know: traditional performance management is broken. But it’s not just slightly flawed. It’s seriously damaged. So much so, that it’s actually creating disengagement and turnover — exactly the opposite of what organizations hope to achieve. According to a 2014 Deloitte article, only 8% of companies believe their performance management process is highly effective in driving business value, while 58% say it’s not an effective use of time.

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Stop It, HR

Blog | Author: Tracey Smith | Source: HCI | Published: June 16, 2015

In my last blog, 5 Reasons not to Get Started in HR Analytics, I referenced that HR frequently responds that it is too busy doing other things to get started in analytics. In fact, HR is too busy to make much progress on anything that may shift itself away from being tactical and into a more strategic position. Sure, everyone talks about it but when it comes to putting that desire into action, very few teams manage to move ahead.

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From Tone Deaf to Perfect Pitch: Striking a Balance

Blog | Author: Aubrey K. Wiete, M.A. | Source: HCI | Published: June 8, 2015
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As outdated performance review processes continue to be scrutinized, a broader discussion around effective feedback is also growing. Namely, how does the way a person communicates influence how they - and their message – are perceived? 

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Is Your Onboarding Program Designed To Do This?

Blog | Author: Stacey Rivers | Source: HCI | Published: May 27, 2015

If you have been in the workforce for 10 years or longer, then you probably remember the anticipation you felt when you where hired for your first job. If you were like me, then you were anxious to get the cliff notes for starting your career at a new company. Rarely that is what you received on the first day; actually it was more like the basics for where to park, along with where you can find your workspace. What I really wanted know was how to begin my illustrious career plan in the organization, but that never came as part of the packet. Since my first onboarding experience several years ago, employees in almost every company are still asking for this same information today.

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Compete and Connect: Developing Globally Competent Leaders

Blog | Author: Nancy Tannenbaum, UNC Executive Development | Source: HCI | Published: May 15, 2015

The importance of globally competent leaders is recognized by the vast majority of organizations, but few have a strategy to provide the training needed to compete globally, according to a new study by the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School and the Human Capital Institute.

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