The Failure of Performance Appraisals Frequently Asked Questions
There have been suggestions that performance appraisals should be "scrapped" or "abolished", because of their failure. But are performance appraisals a failed attempt to improve performance? Before we talk about getting rid of performance appraisals, we need to address the how's and whys of their failure.
- Has Performance Appraisal Failed?
- Is Performance Appraisal An Outdated, Antiquated System?
- Why Have Some Experts Suggested Performance Appraisals Be Abolished
Was Deming Wrong About Performance Appraisals
Are Performance Appraisal Abolitionists Off Track? Are They RIght?
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