Connective Performance™ will be the most significant HR development of the 21st Century. By virtue of technological and social advancements, it will at last enable the integration of genuine employee performance management into day-to-day productive whole life management.
In this webinar, we visit some of the evidence and where performance management is heading today. If you are looking to optimize your employee performance and help realize their true potential, you will not want to miss this free webinar.
Behind Connective Performance™
The concept behind Connective Performance had its origins in 1999 when Clinton Wingrove,Principal Consultant at Pilat HR Solutions, wrote a white paper, “Performance Management – A Vision of the Future” in which he wrote about “Spider Planning” and claimed that it “… could be the most significant HR development of the 21st Century.”
The argument was that new technology at the time was proving the inadequacies of traditional performance management processes and systems. He predicted that, until we developed organizational cultures, processes and tools that established real-time ‘webs of connections’ between people, processes and content, those inadequacies would continue to become even more evident.
In October 2006, he wrote a second paper, “Performance Management Simply Isn’t Simple.” He hypothesized that technology was about to transform how we work by enabling easy handling complexity, and that attempts to address issues by means of simplification would merely trivialize them rather than resolve the problems.
In 2010, Clinton renamed his vision, “Connective Performance” to further reinforce the critical component of human connectivity. He argued that a genuinely new concept of performance management was possible largely by virtue of the combination of social media and new hardware such as smartphones, iPads and tablets.Connective Performance is a Trade Mark of Pilat (North America) Inc.