Cytiva Releases New White Paper: Performance Management in a Recovering Economy
New White Paper Provides HR Practitioners a Blue Print on How Performance Management Technology Can Drive Success in a Post Crash Economic Environment
EMERYVILLE, CA — February 9, 2010 — Cytiva Software, Inc. (CRX:TSX.V), a leading provider of on-demand talent management solutions, announces the availability of a free white paper detailing performance management technology’s potential role in helping organizations thrive in the coming economic recovery.
Studies show that companies revamp their performance management systems as frequently as every two years. The value of employee performance management in most organizations has traditionally centered on compliance, development and compensation. More administrative than transformative, the history of employee performance management would predict it would have little value in fueling business growth.
However, in this important new white paper, performance management software pioneer, Ian Alexander, provides a blue print for “flipping” performance management by focusing it on the needs of the its key constituents: managers and employees.
Cytiva’s new white paper, “Performance Management in a Recovering Economy,” boldly advises organizations to take a year off from writing performance evaluations and discusses how the talent needs of many organizations have likely radically changed in the face of a completely altered business landscape.
“Don’t waste a single minute assessing how someone performed in an unprecedented meltdown where resources were cut and headcounts slashed,” said Ian Alexander, Vice President of Cytiva Software, Inc. “HR needs to get out of the evaluation mentality and focus on aligning performance management with radically altered strategic objectives and new challenges posed by fundamental shifts in demand equations.”
“Performance Management in a Recovering Economy” proposes a “goals first, all-else second” approach to re-inventing performance management and details six steps to “flipping” the performance management process.
“The market dynamics of demand, cost and revenue have significantly changed in many businesses,” advises Alexander. “Employees that thrived in their roles a couple of years ago may now be completely miscast given the challenges faced with post meltdown recovery, and HR’s job is to provide a roadmap for aligning talent around these new challenges.”
“Performance Management in a Recovering Economy” is available free at http://www.cytiva.com/requestwhite4.htm.
ABOUT CYTIVA SOFTWARE INC.
Cytiva Software Inc. (CRX:TSX.V) provides innovative on-demand talent management software and services to mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies. Its flagship recruiting software product, SonicRecruit, allows corporations to screen applicants, automate recruiting departments, customize corporate career sites and hire great people. This premier applicant tracking system improves recruiting effectiveness, speeding up the hiring process and reducing cost per hire. Cytiva’s SonicPerform employee performance evaluation software automates employee evaluations, aligns employees around key goals and encourages year round feedback. For more information, visit http://www.cytiva.com.
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