Perfecting performance management

Secret to success? Get employees involved, monitor usage and give rewards
By Anne Charette Tyler
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 11/19/2013

The ultimate goal of introducing a performance management system is to improve organizational performance. That sounds good, but does it ever really happen?

Or is the data that’s collected in traditional performance appraisals interpreted to enforce old opinions — not necessarily to create new ones? Are we implying that if employees are not managed, they do not perform?