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Performance reviews have earned a bad rap: They are seen as pointless and ineffective paperwork. In truth, they are frequently skipped, and when they do happen, both sides often find it difficult to be honest. This article discusses how organizations must give project managers more valuable performance reviews if they want to see better results. It then describes ways to help identify skill gaps underlying subpar work, and intervention techniques for poor performers.
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