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When Stacia Sherman Garr, a senior analyst at Bersin & Associates, compiled this foundational performance management report, she drew from interviews with leading talent management experts at companies of all sizes in different industries. Although its explanations can be a bit repetitive at times, this invaluable tool can certainly help executives improve organizational performance by providing employees with ongoing direction and support. getAbstract recommends this insightful, hands-on report to human resources and learning and development managers, as well as CEOs, business owners, and ranking executives.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to apply an efficient performance management system in your organization,
  • What the “Performance Management Framework” requires, and
  • How to use it to manage talent and improve performance.

About the Author

Stacia Sherman Garr, a senior analyst at Bersin & Associates, is an expert in leadership development, performance management, succession management and employee engagement. Other Bersin & Associates guides include The High-Impact Learning Culture.



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Performance is the essential internal engine of any organization that wants to achieve a notable impact in its industry. A performance management system encompasses everything managers do to “lead, manage, assess, and develop employees,” such as establishing...

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    Jorge Sanguino 7 years ago
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