Traditional performance management systems should be scrapped in favour of a holistic approach to improving individual and organisational performance, according to new research from Cirrus.
The research found a number of shared challenges across the businesses interviewed, including the need to focus on on-going conversation-focused approaches, and to develop the capability of managers to have these conversations; how to embed intrinsic motivational aspects into the goal-setting process; and how to eliminate the subjectivity of traditional ratings mechanisms.
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