Rethinking Performance Reviews
The annual performance review has become so ingrained in organizational culture that many believe only the small and nimble companies can succeed without it. However, more and more big companies such as Juniper Networks, Adobe, Jack in The Box, and soon in September Accenture, have fundamentally rethought their approach to performance management, eliminating many sacred cows along the way – such as rating employees.
In this session, we will get a better understanding of the reasoning behind such a shift in thoughts and practices, and the context in which such change is happening.
We will also learn how corporations still measure results, deal with unsatisfactory performance, decide on promotions and manage compensation reviews.
We will also explore the tools that are here to help and how they differ from classic performance management tools.
Finally, we will share how companies have communicated and implemented those changes, their impact on employees, managers and compensation.
HR Business Leader and
Edie Goldberg, Ph.D
Principal of E.L.
Goldberg & Associates
Mark H. Blankenship, Ph.D.
Executive VP and Chief People,
Culture & Corp. Strategy Officer
at Jack in the Box Inc.
Wendy Pat Fong
Director of Customer
Success and Operations
This presentation is 1.5 HRCI credits.