- How do you manage performance today? What works well? What doesn’t?
- Do you use a web-based system today? If so, what works well and what doesn’t? If not, how do you track performance and set future objectives?
- Has your organization clearly defined its mission, vision, core values and goals? Is it shared by all?
- How many employees do you have and where are they located?
- What would you like to change with your current performance management process? Why?
Management & Organizational Structure
- Are roles and responsibilities clearly defined and are they aligned with company goals?
- What values and behaviors do your leaders model? Are they the right ones?
- Do your leaders show personal commitment to business initiatives?
- Are leaders held accountable for the success of business initiatives? Do they hold their team accountable?
- Is coaching a part of the performance management process?
- How do you track progress towards organization goals?
- Do senior leaders believe there’s a need to improve performance management?
- Will this performance management initiative be supported by senior leadership?
- Will they hold the management team accountable to implement a new performance management process?
- Has there been an effective communication strategy to implement past business initiatives?
- What concerns do you think managers and employees will have?
- Do most of your managers have the people skills to make a new performance management process work?
- Do you have the resources to implement a new performance management process?
Return on Investment
- What outcomes would you like to see from implementing Performance Culture? i.e., Sales, Costs, Culture, Employee Retention, Business Metrics
- How much have you budgeted for a new performance management process? (Performance Culture pricing is on the web. Your Performance Culture Coach will outline fees to help with implementation.)