The future of performance management is more data-driven, more flexible, more continuous, and more development-oriented.
It’s not enough to be right. You also have to sell your model or idea to have an impact.
The act of answering survey questions can increase awareness, which opens the door to development.
If your industry faces disruption, first diagnose the volatility. Then act preemptively to disrupt your own career.
People are complex. We need a more nuanced approach to predicting job performance.
Organizations can use analytics to help employees chart a path for growth and advancement.
Goals and KPIs are rapidly becoming important drivers of strategy execution, customer satisfaction, and performance management.
Confirming what people already believe can sometimes help organizations overcome barriers to change.
Recording expectations improves decision quality, risk management, and leadership development.
Retailers can boost profits and prevent abuse by tailoring their return policies with analytics.