Theme Introduction : The Search of Innovation in Performance Management
Many companies continue to rely on traditional performance management processes because they provide a consistent way to evaluate employees and apportion rewards. Year after year, managers follow a well-worn routine: Fill out goal forms, track progress, fill out more forms, conduct a formal annual assessment, and then fill out more forms. But when it comes to motivating and engaging people, these conventional processes seem increasingly obsolete. According to a recent World at Work study,1 58 percent of HR leaders gave their performance management process a “C” grade or worse.
The inaugural session of the Workplace 2020: HR Roundtable Series will witness exchange of thoughts by HR Leaders to explore, identify and share some of the real examples and learning’s from Indian businesses with respect to the latest practices and trends in performance management.
- How relevant are traditional ways of managing employee performance?
- What are the key drivers of performance management today?
- How are organisations using emerging technologies for rewards and recognition?
- Importance of Manager’s credibility as ‘ability’ to influence performance.
- Baby Boomers vs Gen Y – different strokes for difference folks.
DLF Gurgaon Campus,
P-5, Training Hub,
Building No. 5, DLF City Phase-III,
Gurgaon-122002, Haryana, India