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February Evening Meeting: Addressing the Challenges of Fragmented Performance Management in 21st Century Organizations

  • 10 Feb 2011
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • UNC Charlotte

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February Evening Program – Presented by Carl Binder

Session Title: Addressing the Challenges of Fragmented Performance Management in 21st Century Organizations

Session Description:

As organizations become flatter, decentralized, more diverse, and fast-moving, the challenges faced by leaders, managers, and human performance professionals accelerate.  This presentation uses three metaphors to prompt discussion about why organizations so often fail to get the best from their people:

  • Bridges to Nowhere:  unclear connections from the activity to business results for individuals, teams and programs, resulting in a lack of alignment and low employee engagement.
  • Parts of the Elephant:  a lack of synergy among the leaders, managers, and different functional groups responsible for factors that influence performance, resulting in lower effectiveness and return on investments in people
  • The Tower of Babel:  different ways of understanding and speaking about human performance cause confusion, poor communication, and a lack of alignment, undermining efforts to achieve systemic and continuous performance improvement.

About the Speaker:

For additional information on Carl Binder, download some of his publications at http://binder-riha.com/publications.htm.

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