Sibson reveals secrets of successful performance management

Kochanski, Jim
September 2007
Employee Benefit News;Sep2007, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p22
The article reports that high performing companies, according to the 2007 State of Performance Management Study conducted jointly by Sibson Consulting and WorldatWork, tend to have stronger performance management than lower performers do. Compared to those at other firms, the high-performing firms have strong leadership support for performance management, and their managers execute it better.


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