Managing performance is a continuous effort. Every year, your organization invests significant time capturing executive objectives, cascading goals down through middle managers to individuals, and facilitating reviews. Yet the annual process has become increasingly frustrating for you, human resources colleagues, executives, and co-workers.
Since the 1950s, business leaders have embraced a variety of management techniques designed to improve employee performance. Peter Drucker introduced Management by Objectives (MBOs), a process during which management and employees ...Read more
What goals matter? Who is working on them? How are they connected? Senior executives want to know. Managers want to know. Individual contributors want to know. Yet processes for discovering answers to these questions are disconnected, ...Read more