How To Manage Talent Risk While Improving Your Performance Management Process

Posted by Steve Trautman on May 11, 2017 3:19:26 PM

Much has been written lately about the need to jettison traditional performance management processes including this piece by McKinsey and a terrific new book by my friend and colleague, Tamra Chandler.  One clear recommendation from this new wave is to focus performance discussions more on what is needed for the future than what happened in the past.  Another key theme is to remove the annual goal setting and feedback conversation and replace it with regular updates and dialogue between employees and their managers so they stay in sync. Since improving capacity for agile thinking and working is on the top of every executive’s list, this makes great sense.  

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Topics: Talent Risk Management, managing talent risk, talent risk management process, performance management process

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