By DAVID ROCK, BETH JONES & CAMILLE INGE
The NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI) has been closely studying the move away from performance ratings since 2011, when a few organizations had publicly made the shift. By fall of 2015, between 50 and 70 large companies had abolished ratings-centric performance management (PM), including Accenture, Deloitte, and GE.
As others consider following suit, they naturally have questions about the challenges, benefits, and implementation of “non-ratings-centric” PM. The experience of a small number of these companies has been catalogued but there are few larger-scale analyses of PM innovators.
This report is one of the largest field studies to date of organizations who have made the leap beyond appraisal scores…
Available in our Performance Management Toolkit.