For more than a decade, organizations have been trying to change how they manage, evaluate and reward employee performance. With the digital age, new possibilities for more real-time feedback and performance practices are now a reality in modern organizations. Our panel of experts will share real case studies, new tools and best practices that their companies are actually using to effectively transition from the annual performance cycle. Attendees will have the chance to network with others to delve deeply into each topic using a “world café” style process during the interactive portion of this program.
HRSF Chair, Craig Ramsay, will lead a panel discussion with expert internal practitioners who’ll share their secrets on how continuous performance management practices are deployed in their organizations. The panelists will discuss how they’ve successfully implemented agile goal management, frequent check-ins; and real-time, continuous, multidirectional feedback. They will describe new approaches for evaluation and rewards. Best of all, they will reveal the hard lessons learned as their organizations struggled to cast off old paradigms to reach higher performance through more innovative practices.
Performance expert, Melissa McMahan, Principal People Scientist at Glint Inc.
For almost two decades, Melissa has been helping high-growth, innovative companies like Starbucks and Amazon.com transform how they leverage people data to drive performance. Melissa will discuss how organizations are: using new tools to set agile goals, facilitating more frequent check-ins, and making rewards decisions without relying on ratings.
Angela Arvizu Szymusiak, Sr. Talent Development Partner at Adobe Systems.
Angela is a key contributor and thought leader in the transformation of Adobe’s strategy and approach to managing and developing its global workforce. She will share key principles in the elimination of the global Annual Review process; and re-design and implementation of the more flexible, lighter-weight Check-in approach. She will discuss Adobe’s comprehensive, integrated communications plan, training, and HR support model; and continuing enablement woven throughout people practices at Adobe.
Marnie Ewing, Director of Global Performance Management, Levi Strauss and Co.
Marnie leads the design, development and implementation of successful global programs that transform culture and embed sustained change at Levi Strauss. Marnie will share best global performance practices at Levi Strauss
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