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Building a Performance Culture: The Behavioral Dimensions of Performance Management

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Expert Perspective on Organizational Design

As Joe Davidson shares in his insightful paper Building a Performance Culture:
The Behavioral Dimensions of Performance Management
: “A performance management process that takes into account how results are achieved can be a powerful builder of the desired culture – a culture of performance. The key to designing and implementing this culture building approach to performance management is identifying those elements (values, knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors) at the highest levels of the organization and cascading the essence of their meaning through the [organization]…  Performance management design that includes clear behavioral and values based dimensions of performance can provide a real competitive advantage to organizations.”

To read the complete paper click here: Building a Performance Culture: The Behavioral Dimensions of Performance Management

Joe Davidson is a consultant with Grahall Partners, LLC. His consulting practice is focused on Human Capital strategy and alignment of Human Resource processes with overall business strategies. He works with clients across a wide array of industries including professional services, financial services, life sciences, telecommunications, retail, manufacturing, and public sector among others. Joe leads his own consulting firm, Davidson Human Capital, based in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex.  Contact Joe at joe.davidson@grahall.com

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