Executive Briefing on PMS2.0: Agile and Rating-free Performance Management

  • 28 Sep 2016
  • 18:30 - 20:30
  • AP Shinagawa ANNEX, Shinagawa Center Bldg. 1F (http://www.ap-shinagawa.com/apshinagawaannex/index.html)

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  • Applicable to JHRS Professional, Honorary, and Corporate Members

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PARTICIPANTS' FEEDBACK

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"Thanks again for the PMS 2.0 briefing yesterday. It was very interesting. And I could see that there were levels of dissatisfaction with performance appraisal among the other participants. It made for an interesting evening. I hope that there is some follow up from some of the participants on this subject." 




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AN EXECUTIVE BRIEFING

This Executive Briefing will help participants to gain knowledge about how to transform their organizations’ performance management system (PMS) that works for the 21st century irrespective of organizational size, industry, and geographic location.

Overview

In the late 1970s, “performance management” or PM was first coined by Dr. Aubrey Daniels (the Father of Performance Management) to describe a system for managing both behavior and results. This gave impetus to the eventual widespread adoption and attained a fad-like status of Dr. Peter Drucker’s Management-by-Objectives (MBO) which he first introduced in 1954.

Since then, the practice of performance management has remained essentially the same centering on performance reviews or appraisals and linking its results to compensation and even employee development.

However, we all now recognize that since the turn of the century the “work” and the “workplace” have changed significantly brought about by globalization, technology, demographics, and generational changes. Has your organization’s performance management system kept up with the change?

If you are interested and looking for ways to keep your PMS up to the demands of the 21st century and transform your organization to become a high-performing one, this Briefing is a good start towards your journey to an agile and rating-free performance management system. 


Learning Objectives

After attending this Executive Briefing, participants should be able to:

  •  Understand why traditional performance management systems no longer deliver their intended promises;
  • Develop the business case why you should stop doing performance appraisals and know what to do instead; and,
  • Learn what other companies are doing in transforming their performance management processes suited for the 21st century.


Who Should Attend

This Executive Briefing will be valuable to organizational leaders such as CEOs, Presidents, Country Managers, and Business Unit (BU) Heads as well as people leaders such as HR professionals, Line Managers and Supervisors who are keen and looking for ways transform their organizations and achieve breakthroughs in performance through the use of agile and rating-free performance management system.



Presenter

Jun Kabigting, MBA/MS/SPHRi is representative director and president of HR Central K.K. and an adjunct professor with Temple University Japan Campus and GLOBIS Management School. He is the Founding Chief Community Officer of The Japan HR Society (JHRS) and also serves as the Managing Editor of The HR Agenda -- Japan's first & only bilingual HR magazine. 

Jun has more than 25 years of experience across the entire HR value chain, most of them Japan-focused. He has a solid experience as a trainer, HR consultant, and talent acquisition professional. He likewise serves as nominal representative and/or external director for other organizations.

Jun holds an MBA from the University of Hawaii, an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of the Philippines, a Certificate in HR Studies from Cornell University’s School of Industrial Labor and Relations and credentialed as a Senior HR Professional - International (SPHRi) by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and an accredited Harrison Assessments (HA) consultant and solutions provider in Japan. 

He has been a frequent speaker/resource person in various domestic and international HR conferences in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, and USA. He passionately believes in advancing the HR agenda in Japan through continuing HR education, knowledge sharing and use of HR best practices.


EVENT DETAILS


When

September 28, 2016 (Wednesday)

Time

18:30-20:30 (Doors open at 18:15)

Location

AP Shinagawa ANNEX, Shinagawa Center Bldg. 1F (http://www.ap-shinagawa.com/apshinagawaannex/index.html)

Light refreshments will be served. 

Admission

JPY4,000+taxes for JHRS Professional Members
JPY 5,000+taxes for General Admission


- BONUS -

All participants will get a free copy of the 5th Year Anniversary of The HR Agenda - Japan's first & only bilingual magazine, published since 2011 by The Japan HR Society (JHRS).


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