the radical changes of performance management

Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60-minutes

Rethinking performance management systems is top of mind for many HR professionals. In this spotlight webinar, Anna Tavis, associate professor of human capital management at NYU will discuss some of the major trends that are inspiring organizations to revisit their performance management systems.  

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   Anna Travis

   Associate Professor, Human Capital Management    


Anna Tavis is an associate professor of human capital management at NYU, senior lecturer at Latin American Business School, senior fellow with The Conference Board and an executive director for the Innovation Radar Network with Executive Networks.

Tavis is a senior editor of People+Strategy Journal, a publication of HRPS, SHRM’s executive network. She is an author and keynote speaker, a former board member of HRPS and an adviser to both mature and start-up organizations. Her latest article, “The Performance Management Revolution,” appeared in Harvard Business Review in October 2016.

Tavis navigated a diverse global career in business, consulting and academia.

In business, Tavis was head of Motorola’s EMEA OD function based in the U.K.; Nokia’s global head of talent management, Helsinki, Finland; chief learning officer with United Technologies Corp, Hartford, Connecticut; and global head of talent and organizational development with AIG Investments in New York.

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, she got her doctorate from Princeton University, New Jersey, and an executive MBA from the University of South Carolina. She speaks English, Russian, German, Spanish and is an Ashtanga yoga practitioner.