Talent Alone Does Not Drive Performance

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
Talented, quality people cannot produce high-level results unless their actions, processes, and resources are aligned with the strategic mission of the organization.
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Track: Strategic Management

Many organizations believe that exceptional performance is driven by superior talent. While this can prove true, talent alone does not drive performance. Even when organizations hire the best people, ineffective work processes and resources can cause high performance to slip to mediocre levels. The Human Performance Improvement approach makes your organization’s strategic objectives the key drivers for all decisions and activities. Learn how to use this approach as a platform for decision-making, aligning your talent management strategy directly to your mission and creating measureable results.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2011 - 11:30am to 12:45pm

Dennis Mankin

Mr. Mankin has over 28 years experience in the study of Human Performance Technology (HPT), management consulting, coaching, training, and organizational analysis roles in both government and commercial sectors, worldwide. He is an accomplished Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) and a Managing at Partner at Platinum Performance Partners (PPP), an International training and consulting firm. He is also the co-author and co-publisher, with ASTD, of the acclaimed Performance DNA processes and tools used by over 6,000 HPT analysts worldwide. In this capacity Mr. Mankin delivers workshops and consulting for ASTD worldwide and at three Universities as an adjunct professor. He is also a founder and Managing Partner of Outcome Systems a performance-based software company and co-creator/author of Performance DNA Desktop and the Performance DNA Dashboard.
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