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Ratingless Appraisals in Performance Management: What Do We Know?
This presentation is from the PARC session surrounding Performance Management and Ratingless Appraisals. Gerry Ledford Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California introduces ratingless appraisals and how to adopt them within an organisation.
- Why have ratingless appraisals become fashionable?
- What implementation issues can organisations face?
- What are the outcomes and results of adopting ratingless appraisals, specifically for employees, managers and the effectiveness of the performance management process?
- In the future, what will happen in relation to this form of appraisals within organisations?
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