Performance Management

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Transform Your Approach to Performance Management

White Paper | Source: HighGround | Published: 3 hours ago

It’s understandable: completely revamping a decades-old practice like the annual review sounds daunting. Organizations worry that new methods won’t be effective, they might be just as time-consuming and perhaps most importantly, ...

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A Closer Look at Performance Management in the New Work Environment

Blog | Author: BetterWorks | Source: HCI | Published: April 13, 2016

In the last decade, new organizational models with greater geographical distribution, more matrixed structures, and increased diversity, as well as accelerated technology innovation, have made the way we work more interconnected than ever. “Sixty-seven percent of employees report an increase in work requiring active collaboration,”4 according to CEB. In the same study, general managers and senior executives reported needing a 20 percent improvement in employee performance.


The Real Relationship Between Performance and Potential

Article | Author: hfi | Source: hfi | Published: April 7, 2016

Past performance does not necessarily indicate high potential, particularly if that future is in a significantly different role. The capabilities required to be a good engineer, analyst or researcher are quite different from those ...

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Expert Tips and Tricks for Successful Onboarding

Blog | Author: Tali Rabin | Source: HCI | Published: April 1, 2016

90% of employees decide whether they want to stay at a company within the first six months of employment and as much as 20% of employee turnover happens within the first 45 days of employment, according to the Aberdeen Group. Onboarding of new hires is an essential aspect of employee engagement and retention, yet these programs are often lacking a clear strategy for implementation and measurement.


Goal Science: Q3 2015

Article | Author: BetterWorks | Source: BetterWorks | Published: March 31, 2016

At companies of every size, managers have a profound

impact on the way we work. Along with close teammates,

we also interact with our managers almost every day.

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Maximizing Good Motives with an Ethical and Supportive Culture

Blog | Author: Yuval Dvir | Source: HCI | Published: March 28, 2016

Peter Drucker is credited with coining the phrase “culture eats strategy for breakfast”, referring to the importance of organizational culture for the success of a company. And since culture is derived from the leadership and employees, the assumption is that getting the best talent can ensure you create the best working culture for your business.

Now, what is that phrase regarding assumptions?

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