Why you shouldn't scrap performance reviews

07/13/2010 | Three Star Leadership blog

Annual performance reviews may be of little value, but in our haste to scrap them, we shouldn't discount the value of performance reviews in general, writes Wally Bock. "Good performance evaluation is frequent, mostly informal and rooted in supervision," he writes, encouraging leaders to give feedback on employees' performance every day while they wait for the formal review process to be fixed.

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