Remedies that an organization can apply to their performance management process
Performance management processes to help both individuals and teams
Successful organizations realize that high-performing teams are the coin of the realm in the always-on-call global workplace. This reliance on harnessing the power of the collective will continue to grow in importance as we near the 2020 workplace. To best deploy the skill and productivity a team can provide, organizations and leaders must understand how to build and maintain nimble, flexible and effective team structures, regardless of the challenges.
So how does an organization better manage the performance of these critical work groups? In much the same way they manage individual employees. Except, as many in the HR community are well aware, that hasn’t been a huge success story. The gap between where performance management processes are now (annual reviews and ratings of past performance) to where HR practitioners want them to be remains a looming reminder of HR’s vacant seat at the table.
This webcast will take a look at some of the remedies that an organization can apply to their performance management process that should help both individuals and teams. Among the fixes that HCI research recommends is continuing to invest in technology and to automate certain processes that have traditionally been viewed as more time-consuming than valuable.
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