If you see performance management as a repetitive ritual about ticking boxes, then you’re doing it wrong. Performance management should be a meaningful exercise that makes your employees feel valued, gives them direction, and motivates them to drive big business results.
If you want to do performance management right, then you need a reliable way to measure skills and competencies, analyze your results, and set goals for continuous improvement. But filling out annual appraisals using paper forms can make this process tedious, difficult, and inefficient. (more…)