Posted by: bluesyemre | April 14, 2013

The Evolution of Performance Management

Mention the phrase “performance review” in almost any office, and you’ll probably hear a collective groan. That’s because – to be brutally honest – the yearly performance measurement approach is a pain for everyone involved.

  • Employees don’t like them because the appraisals can involve unpleasant surprises and often lack valuable feedback.
  • Managers dread them because they add hours and hours of paperwork to already busy schedules.
  • Executives see them as a necessary evil – a drain on resource, an inadequate gauge of past performance and a failure at motivating future performance.


  1. Reviews like this to demoralize future motivation.


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