While it’s not news that higher levels of wellbeing – in terms of job satisfaction – is associated with higher morale and thus productivity, what is new is the recognition that an employee’s emotional state at work can drive performance.
While the format and tone may have changed over the years, the annual review really needs an overhaul.
Performance improvement approaches from the commercial sphere are being adopted in the very different world of international aid support for transitioning societies. The challenges of applying these methodologies to this complex and foreign arena require special consideration for success.
Senior performance technologists often take on real societal challenges, with enormous multilevel needs and minuscule funding. Front-end assessment is conducted under demanding time frames with small teams. Success requires a melding of science and art.
I prefer to talk about a technological debt rather than a gap to be filled, because the later we take action, the higher the interest payable to recover the accumulated gap will be.
This is the Forward extracted from the book Performance Assessment & Analysis discussing benefits of using the method to target improved performance in institutions.
There is a common misconception in discussions around transparency that all employees should know what others earn. This is unquestionably the wrong thing to do, as a person’s salary should be kept private.
One of the most pressing questions that arises today is whether technological development will take our work away from us. It is difficult, if not impossible, to answer with certainty. Analysts and scholars try to understand and make understandable how the world of work is evolving and what future awaits us.
Your organization is a complex adaptive system. Whether you are an entry level employee, the CEO, or anything in between, you cannot predict everything that will happen in your system when you make changes.
Evaluating results and impact has received a great deal of attention lately, particularly as we move into a VUCA world against the backdrop of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
In the past, most measurement and evaluation theories and methodologies were extremely complex.
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