Turning around low performing schools and their districts is not yet an exact science, but specific factors continue to play an essential role in successful school turnarounds. In the recent Phys.org article, “Talent is key to school turnarounds,” the University of Delaware (UD) explains how critical talent management is to the school turnaround process. “New research has demonstrated that the key to implementing successful reform in low-performing schools is hiring and retaining effective principals and teachers,” observes UD.
Organizations with higher employee engagement perform better than those with low employee engagement levels. Jim Harter discusses key factors to drive employee engagement improvements, and Performance Scoring runs parallel to these factors. The Performance Scoring Team reviews the article and discusses the importance of employee engagement and development from a talent management and retention perspective.
Understanding and improving the employee experience with Performance Scoring is critical to the short and long term success of a business. Shankar Iyer discusses the correlation between the two in a recent CMSWire article, reviewed by PS.