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Preparing for 2020: Why spending less will achieve more

2020-07-16T13:17:18+00:00

For more information about Improvid Performance Consulting visit our Human Performance Improvement website. Economists are preparing us for a challenging 2017 and the goal is simple: ‘Spend less and achieve more’ to prepare for 2020.  While this might seem a difficult task, it’s undoubtedly possible for those managing performance at all levels to achieve – from the first-time supervisor to the executive. Recently, I showcased 8 Performance Improvement Predictions for 2017.  Today I want to take a closer look at my first prediction – People Focus – and show you how by addressing performance gaps in your organisation, you can maximise the [...]

Preparing for 2020: Why spending less will achieve more2020-07-16T13:17:18+00:00

Get the magic of future performance TODAY

2020-07-16T13:21:40+00:00

For more information about Improvid Performance Consulting visit our Human Performance Improvement website. The future is a system not unlike any other system.  Consider this:  It’s made up of numerous subsystems that must be in sync in order to create meaning. That’s why in the digital era, it’s important to view the rapid changes and technological disruptions that surround us systemically. In doing so it’s possible to achieve a dynamic (if somewhat chaotic) system - where the speed of change can be fielded with a sense of readiness and innovativeness that enables success. Performance managers - here’s what’s coming! Disruption might be [...]

Get the magic of future performance TODAY2020-07-16T13:21:40+00:00

The fall of traditional PM systems

2020-07-16T12:02:36+00:00

For decades organisations have been fixated on performance management systems that measure and rate an individual's performance.  Managers tirelessly try to improve their staff's performance and productivity and seldom succeed.  In addition, the whole process often leaves employees anxious and demotivated. So why is this practice continuing? It seems the system is broken... What started as a sound theory has evolved into something that is not conducive to improving performance in organisations. This is probably the reason why many big companies are abolishing traditional systems and opting for something closer to the original core of performance management.  They have also realised this is more in line with the modern-day employee/work [...]

The fall of traditional PM systems2020-07-16T12:02:36+00:00
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