Despite organizations recognizing the importance of teams in their businesses, their performance management systems do not reflect their importance, much to the detriment of overall performance.
Frank Cespedes, Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School, argues that while using behavioral assessments can be beneficial, there are three key things that must be considered.
Sandy Gould examines the dangers of conducting too much performance measurement now that we are moving into a hybrid working environment where technology is likely to be more widely used.
Paul Vance outlines how crucial soft skills are to a candidate’s CV, and what the benefits of emphasising them are.
Adaptive management styles can suit the different behavioural traits of team members, but they are not without their costs.
The broken traditional appraisal system, the merits of peer-to-peer and real-time feedback and future opportunities for companies to embrace team-to-team performance evaluations.
Roger Schwarz explains when to give feedback one-on-one and when to give it in a team.
Simon French examines the relationship between COVID-19 and remote working on productivity.
Christoph von Toggenburg explains why kindness and empowerment are the key to creating ‘dream teams’.
The challenge with cognitive diversity is not a belief in its efficacy, but uncertainty about how to operationalise it in practice.