Staffing Management

The Crowdsourced Performance Review

By Staff Report

Mar. 1, 2013

How Social Recognition Transforms Traditional Performance Management.

The traditional annual performance review is frozen in time. Both employees and employers have come to dread it. Its problems are serious and structural. Can it be saved?

In his new eBook, The Crowdsourced Performance Review, Globoforce CEO Eric Mosley examines how crowdsourcing feedback can fix the employee performance review. He debunks the myths surrounding the traditional review, and discusses how to build a smarter performance management system that:

  • Uses social recognition to inject new life into the troubled traditional performance review
  • Offers managers new insight into performance, based on crowdsourced data
  • Provides a vision for 2020 that realigns performance management with top level business objectives

Get a free chapter of the eBook, and learn how to fix the performance review with the wisdom of crowds, sponsored by Globoforce.

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