In Good Company: Why Performance Enablement is Replacing Performance Management

Workday's Greg Pryor talks about how companies are replacing backward-looking performance management with forward-looking performance enablement to help employees succeed.

Traditional performance management is falling out of favor lately—and with good reason. It’s focused on the past, which doesn’t help much in a forward-facing, quickly changing business landscape. That’s why many companies are shifting to newer approaches, such as performance enablement, which look ahead at how employee and company needs overlap. When those two things are in sync, it can lead to a brighter future for all.

Greg Pryor, Workday’s vice president of leadership & organizational effectiveness, shares his experience and tips for creating an organization that uses a more authentic and personal way of inspiring employees to excel at their jobs.

In Good Company (formerly Work Talk) is a video series that addresses the biggest issues facing your business, with some of the smartest minds in the business. Check out all In Good Company episodes here.

In This Episode
Why Companies Are Rethinking Performance Management
3 Factors Driving Performance Enablement
How Performance Management Is Changing
Shifting from a Fixed Mindset to a Growth Mindset
How Technology Improves Productivity and Success
How Compensation Factors into Performance
What’s Needed to Shift Towards Performance Enablement

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