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[IWS] Berson by Deloitte: HIGH IMPACT PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: USING GOALS TO FOCUS THE 21st-CENTURY WORKFORCE [December 2014]

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Berson by Deloitte

WhatWorks Brief December 2014

 

HIGH IMPACT PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: USING GOALS TO FOCUS THE 21st-CENTURY WORKFORCE [December 2014]

http://www.bersin.com/uploadedFiles/12-17-14-HIPM-WWB.pdf

[full-text, 2 pages]

 

EFFECTIVE GOAL MANAGEMENT MATTERS NOW MORE THAN EVER >> Our research shows

that effective employee goal management processes can have a strong relationship

with positive business outcomes. However, many organizations still use a cascaded

model in which goal-setting and revising takes place only once a year, leading to

a lack of goal clarity and an inability to flex goals to focus on the activities that

matter most to business success. Businesses need an alternative goal management

approach to engage the 21st-century workforce and drive business results. High-Impact

Performance Management: Using Goals to Focus the 21st-Century Workforce1 explores

the current trends and challenges in goal-setting and revising and presents our key

findings for effectively managing goals.

 

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