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Performance Reviews are Underperforming. What Should Replace Them?

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What do you think are the best ways to evaluate employees in today’s changing workplace? (teekid via Getty Images)

For years, observers of workplace culture have predicted the death of the annual performance review, calling it ineffective, unpopular and often biased. But some companies are trying to make it better. Does more frequent, real-time feedback sound good to you… or the use of AI to monitor your productivity? We’ll talk with workplace experts about the future of performance reviews and hear from you. What do you think are the best ways to evaluate employees in today’s changing workplace?


Lori Nishiura Mackenzie, co-founder, Stanford VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab

Josh Bersin, corporate talent, human resources and technology analyst; author, "Irresistible: The Seven Secrets of the World's Most Enduring, Employee-Focused Organizations"


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