In his article, "The case for killing performance reviews," Samuel Culbert states that performance reviews are "bogus." Culbert attacks the major arguments supporting the necessity for performance reviews. Evaluate the strength and validity of Culbert's arguments.
Does his conclusion that performance reviews should be scrapped follow from his arguments?
What do you think of his recommendation that two-sided "performance previews" should be used instead of the standard performance reviews?
Would it be helpful in your own organization if performance reviews were scrapped & replaced by an alternative?
What might a reasonable alternative be, and would such a change be feasible?
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