In this signature research, conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and Lee Hecht Harrison, we explore the current and planned future state of performance management and the importance of manager accountability. In a study of over 350 organizations, we found:
Performance Management Innovation (PMI) is designed for the new world of work. It emphasizes critical outcomes like feedback, coaching, goal setting and manager and employee relationships. It is more collaborative, social and faster moving.Learn More
If the traditional, annual way of approaching performance management is not working and managers are not engaging their employees in regular performance and development discussions that they crave, how can we expect our employees to be engaged, perform well, and develop their potential? More importantly, what are organizations doing to make sure managers are held accountable for performance management and as developers of talent?
Performance appraisals are generally disliked by both employers and employees. The practice, which aims to evaluate the performance and productivity of a company’s employees, has received widespread negative attention and it seems these ...Read more
This original research report, conducted by HCI in partnership with Knightsbridge Human Capital Solutions, explores the relationship between Career Management and employee engagement in an effort to find more effective ways to drive the ...Read more