Leading-edge companies such as Eli Lilly, General Electric and Deloitte are rebranding their performance management systems and swapping frequent informal supervisor/employee meetings for the more customary annual or semi-annual evaluations with formal ratings.

Given the wide-spread antipathy among both employees and managers to more traditional systems, it’s not surprising that an increasing number of organizations are re-thinking their performance management programs.

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