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How can your organization increase its agility, alignment, and accountability to improve performance? Developing performance-management capabilities means changing the way people are empowered to make better decisions. It requires a transition from a restrictive, command-and-control approach to a management style that includes more participants in the performance-management process. Drive Business Performance shows you how.

This groundbreaking guide reveals how to effectively align performance with technology, creating a best-in-class information management system and amplifying individual employee impact. It provides a deep understanding of how to achieve enterprise performance-management objectives, backed up by firsthand accounts from Fortune 500 companies that are winning by building accountability, intelligence, and informed decision-making into their organizational DNA. Drive Business Performance explains the competitive advantage experienced by organizations that create and manage a "Culture of Performance".

Part of Wiley's Microsoft Executive Leadership Series, Drive Business Performance fills a gap in the literature on managing performance. This innovative, jargon-free book demystifies performance management, with detailed guidance for organizations to replicate top performers' results - including the recommended skills and assets needed to successfully compete in today's business environment.

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The book is an exercise in the theory of business performance. The technical approach to the theory has little value for an experienced manager. I found the book boring and not practical at all.

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