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CFO Insights — Performance management: Does your process serve your strategy?

Published on: Dec 01, 2016

If you believe that your “performance management” system, the annual review process intended to assess each of your employee’s contribution to your organization’s goals, is due for an overhaul, you are not alone.

If companies are going to successfully migrate from traditional performance management systems to a next-generation approach, however, they may need significant input from their CFOs.

This issue examines why a new approach should be considered and what the CFO’s role should be in retooling performance management systems.

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