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Tag Archives: Performance Management

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How To Foster Innovation Within HR & Recruiting

Author: Anthony Onesto — We are currently at a crossroad in Human Resources. We have new ideas and methodologies disrupting, even destroying, traditional practices and organizational structures. There are still elements in Human Resources and Recruiting that we continue to practice and follow which don’t work in the new worlds of technology and unlimited information. […]

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Shift to Iterative Performance Flow (#4 Agile HR Themes)

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Employee appraisals are undoubtedly the most scrutinized (and possibly least effective) HR tool. Lean | Agile Enterprises eliminate annual reviews and push the reset button on traditional Performance Management by shifting to an Iterative Performance Flow. Thereby (re-)optimizing the system for optimal cadence, alignment, responsiveness, and growth while decoupling it from […]

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Accept Leadership Mandate

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Organizations misleadingly believe that their Performance Management will miraculously separate your people into groups and reward the stars and deal with the low performers. They might even apply forced rankings to guarantee an adequate separation between the two. Stop pretending! You don’t need annual reviews to know who your players. Accept […]

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Eliminate Performance Ratings

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Companies excel at calculating ratings. They judge, force rank, provide infrequent and limited feedback and assess outdated, obsolete, and irrelevant goals. And then wonder why appraisals are so despised! Forget performance ratings and annual appraisals. Instead create a culture of mutual respect where candid dialogues, continuous feedback, knowledge sharing and learning […]

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Motivate via Mastery, Autonomy & Purpose

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Due to the industrial era belief that money is the strongest (and only effective) motivator for employees, traditional Performance Management approaches are strongly linked to cash incentives. But ever since Daniel Pink’s “Drive” (and decades of scientific studies) we know, that 21st century knowledge workers are in fact intrinsically motivated and […]

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