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Performance Culture vs Software

The main telltale is whether the CEO agrees to meet the software or performance training/consulting providers. In most cases, we've found the the organisation will go with the software solution when the CEO is not directly involved. If the CEO gets involved, they almost always opt for creating a performance culture, which includes software as well as training and consulting.

Interest in performance management has increased markedly since the start of 07. There seem to be two distinct camps of enquiry. On one hand, a lot of HR professionals are searching for performance management software. On the other, many are searching for a solution to help create a performance culture, whether this involves software or not.


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