Predictable Performance Systems

Tools for Talent Management

Case Study: Fixing the Sloppiest Process in American Business

Posted by Roger Hokanson on April 8, 2016.
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Introduction This nonprofit used data-driven tools to uproot its old-school HR practices and save tens of thousands of dollars while increasing employee engagement and reducing the financial risks of high turnover. By employing our systematic approach, they increased the capacity and competency of their workforce, increased employee retention, and increased performance results. They saved tens […]

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2 Critical Questions to Ask for Effective Succession Planning

Posted by Roger Hokanson on August 14, 2014.
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Succession planning is often misunderstood or undervalued in the workplace. According to Talent Management magazine, about 70 percent of companies say they participate in some form of succession planning. However, 62 percent also report having too few candidates for organizational needs, and a third of organizations report no succession plan at all. These numbers are […]

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10 Important Questions to Help Identify High Potentials

Posted by Roger Hokanson on August 12, 2014.
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According to a study by the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), as many as 25% of high-potential employees plan on leaving their jobs within a year. Many organizations make the mistake of only looking at ability when assessing an employee’s potential for managing a job. When trying to identify a high-potential (or HiPo) employee, it is […]

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