There were some interesting posts the last couple of weeks; all indicating that there is something fundamentally wrong with how organisations measure people’s performance.
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- Leda Glyptis’ post on the annual appraisal process
- And her subsequent post about the fake nature of innovation processes,
- Céline Schillinger shared Influencers are not influencers anymore, highlighting that the number of followers is not an adequate measure for influence anymore (has never been),
- And of course Thinkers50 Future Thinker Award winner Nilofer Merchant on why the metric matters.
I could add numerous examples of other organisations I met where the people are merely serving the system, not the company or its customers anymore.
Whether it is lean, daily standups, filling the boxes of an archaic ERP system, personal improvement programs, re-orientation processes, competencies management, performance appraisals, or innovation ideations, acceleration…
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