There is no topic as controversial as P4P (pay for performance)... While meritocracy seems to be a key characteristic of our current management paradigm, it does not seem to work that well. Why is it that so many organisations tell us that there is not enough differentiation even though we have the reward instruments to create all the differentiation we need? Why are a growing number of organisations getting rid of (formal) performance appraisals and becoming frustrated with KPIs, ratings, etc.? Why don’t line managers dare to give honest feedback?
In this webinar, Prof. Koen Dewettinck and Prof. Xavier Baeten will try to answer these questions by sharing the latest research results, insights from practice, new tools, etc. They will focus on 3 perspectives:
• Performance management: what are the issues?
• Performance management: where are we heading?
• Pay-for performance: what works in what context?
Professor Koen Dewettinck is partner and professor of HRM at Vlerick Business School. He is director of the Centre for Excellence in People Performance which is a collaboration with some public and private organisations on creating an engaging and performance enhancing work climate. His research, counseling and teaching activities focus on motivational processes, performance management and strategic HRM.
As founder of the Vlerick Reward Centre, Professor Xavier Baeten has a unique focus on and extensive experience in reward management. His favourite topics include: total rewards, translating business strategies into reward policies, developing reward strategies that work, pay-for-performance, reward communication, age-conscious rewarding and employee motivation. Xavier is frequently requested as speaker by employer and employee associations the media and the political world. Further, he is member of a number of remuneration committees and advisory boards.