A lot of business leaders think that managing with metrics will require them to reveal too much private information. That's usually not the case, and there's a straightforward way to find out how much you really need.
What is "transparency?" Many executives reject the idea because so many extreme examples get the media's attention. But since there are so many benefits on the line, Ben Ridler, RESULTS' CEO, explains where to draw the line – in the real world.
If you haven’t abandoned performance reviews yet, you probably have the same reason Facebook does: “Critics of performance evaluations have suggested that ratings automatically produce a fight-or-flight response,” their executives write. “Actually, many people have stronger reactions to not being rated.”