Despite so much talk about how ineffective and counter-productive performance management is in its current form, there's few organisations who seem to have nailed getting it right. But why?
Organisations are tinkering around the edges of performance management (e.g. changing the forms, modifying a rating scale etc.) without really addressing the root cause of its lack of impact on performance and productivity. But as we all know, doing the same thing over and over again will generally yield exactly the same results.
Or, companies are abolishing their performance review process but without a clear plan on what or how they will do differently in its absence.
So what can you do now to make your performance management approach awesome?