High-Impact Performance Management: Designing for Effectiveness

Many organizations today are experiencing an unusual confluence of events: a slow recovery from a deep recession, the rise of a younger generation that expects more coaching and development, and the globalization of much of the workforce. The combination of these trends has fundamentally changed performance management.

Yet many organizations are stuck in an old model of performance management, focusing on redesigning its practices without accounting for this fundamental shift. Bersin & Associates’ research shows that organizations first need to clarify their performance management strategy before making changes to individual processes.

In this webinar, Senior Analyst Stacia Sherman Garr shared the top ten findings from our nearly year-long inquiry into designing an effective performance management strategy. Access this webinar to learn the six steps to creating a performance management strategy, examples of how organizations have executed the different steps, and critical questions to answer and clarify with your senior leaders.

Thank you for your interest in this webinar. We hope you will also attend our other upcoming complimentary webinars.


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