Today’s workforce is inundated with technologies aimed at lifting productivity, tracking accomplishments and making work more efficient. What most of these technologies have in common is they are based on a top-down, archaic model of performance management. They’re often inflexible, a pain to work with, not designed with what motivates people in mind. It is no wonder that most performance management tools, particularly those built into Human Capital Management (HCM) systems, don’t see the adoption rates that HR leaders hoped for. No adoption means no improvement in employee performance and no insights to learn from.
How can HR leaders break the cycle of with this critical but so often underperforming tools?
In this session, Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and CEO of The Josh Bersin Group, will share how recent innovations in workforce performance technologies have cracked the code on truly enabling exceptional individual and organizational performance. He will walk through the specific capabilities that you must insist on in a modern performance management solution if you want to move the needle on performance.
This session is available for one SHRM credit: 22-7A5Y6
and HRCI credit: 604111
Learn how to accelerate company-wide adoption of performance programs by transforming mundane performance chores into painless, daily habits.
Discover what truly makes employees go above and beyond in their work, and how technology can enable that kind of engagement by encouraging meaningful, in-context, growth-focused interactions between team members and their managers or peers.
Dive into examples of how companies with highly ambitious goals are transforming their performance process.
Global Industry Analyst and CEO of The Josh Bersin Company
Josh Bersin founded Bersin & Associates in 2001 to provide research and advisory services focused on corporate learning. He expanded the company’s coverage to encompass HR, talent management, talent acquisition, and leadership and became a...