Experience tells us that individuals, teams, and organizations with formal performance goals and objectives tend to perform much better than those without them. However, individual and team goals and objectives also need to be effectively aligned with organizational goals and objectives.
To illustrate what we mean by this, we might envision the result of a team of athletes who operate from individual agendas, as opposed to mutually agreed-upon goals and strategies. By imagining the chaos that would occur in such scenarios, we can appreciate the importance of performance management systems and their role in achieving alignment and enhancing the performance of individuals and teams--and ultimately organizations.
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Click here for our brochure that describes the role that performance management plays in fostering innovation. Also read about performance management systems and how they can effectively be used to remedy job fit problems, improve poor performance, and facilitate career transition.
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