Performance management - dead or alive? (CBS alumni discount)

The Cranet conference is the largest conference on human resource management in Denmark. This year’s conference focuses on how management and HRM can contribute to the development of the employees and the organisation’s ability to create value in new and inspiring ways.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 09:00 to 16:30

Performance management - dead or alive?

Large corporations, such as Accenture, Microsoft, Deloitte, and Netflix, have in recent years announced the death of performance management systems. These performance management systems have otherwise been applied for many years. This year's Cranet conference on HRM focuses on the challenges and alternative approaches to performance management. At this conference, you will also experience the topic investigated from an academic angle as well as a practical view presented with current and inspirational cases from both the private sector and the public sector.

Meet CEO Steffen Stræde from Copenhagen Zoo and former Co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe from SAP AG. Jim will challenge the otherwise traditional view on performance management as well as present how he implemented the new management approach through a radical transformation at SAP. You will also meet Allan Hansen, Professor at Copenhagen Business School, and Denise Rousseau, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University and author of the book Psychological Contracts.

Programme and speakers:

To view the full programme, please visit the Cranet conference website.

Registration (CBS alumni discount):

Registration: Register at the Cranet conference website.
Price: 2,875 DKK excl. VAT
Are you a CBS alumn? Write "CBS alumni" in the comment field and get a discount of 875 DKK.
Host: CBS Executive is the host for this conference. Learn more about CBS Executive.

Practical information:

Date and time: 6 September 2016 at 9:00-16:30
Venue: Copenhagen Business School, Porcelænshaven 20 and 22, DK-2000 Frederiksberg. View CBS Campus map.

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