By Mary Ellen Slayter on May 18, 2011
One of my favorite sessions at last month’s HRevolution in Atlanta was a face-off between William Tincup and Mike Carden regarding the value of performance reviews. I followed up with Carden, CEO of performance-management software company Sonar6, after the conference for a quick question-and-answer session.
What’s your case for keeping performance reviews, in 25 words or fewer?
Good people like having their performance reviewed. Take your 10 best people out to play golf; how many of them don’t want to keep score?
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