John Glenn’s recent death reminds us that as the first man in space in 1961, he set off a hugely successful space program that demonstrated a remarkable track record of excellent execution of very risky journeys. There are few blemishes on its record and you can really learn from studying the one that sticks in everyone’s mind, namely, the disastrous launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986 when the entire crew died in a disastrous explosion of the rocket and put the entire space program at risk.
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Archive for December, 2016
Over the last couple of years, many HR professionals have argued that performance appraisals should be abandoned. Their point is they are awkward to give and they are biased. They stick people in boxes and leave people waiting far too long for feedback. By the end of 2015, over 30 of the Fortune 500 companies have taken their advice and ditched performance evaluations all together.