In August 2009, the Human Capital Institute and Workscape launched a research project to better understand how American organizations are approaching employee performance management. The research included a survey of the HCI membership, in which 690 respondents took part. Despite the widespread conviction that performance management is an ongoing and continuous requirement, the majority of organizations appear to measure employee performance only annually (39%) or twice per year (29%). Only 11% of respondents reported that their organizations measure performance dynamically throughout the year. Why are these results so disparate? What can be done-- if anything-- to improve performance management? Join us for this hour to review the research, examine the results, and gain a better understanding of how to improve on our own performance.