04 October, 2019

The Makings of Modern Performance Management

Stacia Garr

TL;DR

What does it take to actually improve performance?

For ten years, organizations have been implementing new and improved practices for performance management, but little has been shared about how much they have actually improved performance. Until now.  RedThread Research's latest study, The Makings of Modern Performance Management, addresses not just the practices of performance management, but how they are affecting individual and organizational performance. Specifically, this report covers:

  • A short history of modern performance management practices and how effective they've been
  • 3 levers that affect individual and organizational performance as well as engagement
  • Best practices of forward-thinking companies for implementing modern performance management
  • How to modernize your own performance management practices so that they have real impact

To access the report, click the graphic below.

The Makings of modern performance management

RedThread Research would like to thank Glint, the sponsor that made this research possible!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Stacia Garr

Stacia is a Co-founder and Principal Analyst for RedThread Research and focuses on employee engagement/experience, leadership, DE&I, people analytics, and HR technology. A frequent speaker and writer, her work has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal as well as in numerous HR trade publications. She has been listed as a Top 100 influencer in HR Technology and in D&I. Stacia has an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics.