In the past few years, performance reviews have come under considerable criticism.
Innovative managers think it is time to ditch annual, structured performance reviews.
To a growing number of managers, one-sided, employer-administered performance reviews are little more than a “dog and pony show.” It creates negative performance, a roadblock to significant business communication and is the primary reason for low morale at the workplace.
Even the knowledge that a performance review will take place harms daily interactions and teamwork.
It was not always this way. Originally, management used performance reviews to inform employees about what they are doing right—and wrong. They provided insight on performance, as well as ways to improve productivity. Over time, the original goal has changed—quite a lot. Continue reading “Managers! Time to Ditch Performance Reviews?”