Performance management is a tool used by many organizations as means to increase individual and team performance. However, the way performance management is implemented varies widely from organization to organization. Recent research has shed light on some of the key mechanism behind effective performance management and how to implement them in an organization.
This Evidence-based Management Learning Team (EBMLT) provides you as a manager and professionals the required knowledge necessary to introduce and maintain an effective performance management system in your organization. Recent theory and research is addressed and translated into evidence-based practices. Following an agile and social learning approach, you'll meet other professionals and managers from various industries in your learning team.
In an introduction week you will learn how to move from speculation to impact by becoming an evidence-based manager. You'll get accustomed to the principles behind evidence-based management, research reading skills and a brief introduction in some of the most important statistical concepts used in social sciences.
Learning sprint one introduces the rationale behind performance management and how it can be implemented on an individual level.
Learning sprint two focuses on how to implement effective performance management on a team level. This covers evidence-based practices on how to provide effective feedback to teams.
Learning sprint three addresses the intersection between organizational culture, leadership and performance management.
You are interested in moving from speculation to impact and you want to join this EBMLT? Please sign-up for the learning team or drop the team moderator a message. We are looking forward to hearing from you.