Performance is down. We are not making the numbers. We are struggling to execute.
What do we do? We have done more training, we have an engagement programme, we have performance related pay, we have reorganised and also developed a new strategy, so what do we do now?
Performance Consultancy Unplugged is a new way to approach underperformance by looking at performance as a system, and then using a simple model to uncover the levers and barriers within the system. With the levers and barriers exposed, you know where to apply your efforts to change the performance system so the outputs improve.
Managers and employees agree that most performance management processes have become check-the-box exercises. Although both groups typically understand the value in having performance discussions on a regular basis, many people perceive the actual process to be ineffective. As a result, organizations are seeking innovative ways to improve performance management.
Develop better managers, leaders, and team members
Maximize the success of your organization by optimizing employee potential
Developing lasting impact on your employees and your organization
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN…
How to make the business case for change through data
How to involve employees in the goal-setting process to drive accountability
How to transform your competency-based evaluation tools to performance- based
How to eliminate scoring and ratings to differentiate and compensate talent
How to determine the right frequency for performance conversations in your organization
How to develop innovative compensation models absent ratings
In today’s environment speed and quality are two of the biggest factors in delivering products and/or services to your end users. As a result, organizations and individuals have recognized the role that Performance Engineering practices delivers as a competitive differentiator.
We will deliver a 1 hour vendor neutral webinar discussion, focusing on “Performance Engineering as a Competitive Differentiator.” The expert panel will collaboratively discuss how the capabilities of Performance Engineering have been recognized as a significant competitive differentiator across all: geographies, industries and markets.
You will get tangible examples and stories that you can use to share and promote how Performance Engineering practices can be used within your organization and teams, so to drive competitive advantage in the market.
The third installment of our performance benchmarking Webcast series, “Storage Performance Benchmarking: Block Components” aims to continue educating anyone untrained in the storage performance arts to ascend to a common base with the experts. In this Webcast, you will gain an understanding of the block components of modern storage arrays and learn storage block-world terminology, including:
•How storage media affects block storage performance
•Integrity and performance trade-offs for data protection: RAID, Erasure Coding, etc.…
•Terminology updates: seek time, rebuild time, garbage collection, queue depth and service time
After the Webcast, visit our Webcast Q&A blog too http://sniaesfblog.org/?p=521
Application stakeholders, programmers and testers are now treating performance as a primary consideration at every stage of SDLC.
With more and more organizations moving to Agile software development, performance testing needs to start as early as analysis and designing. Application performance depends on the system design and should be taken up during sprints for quality deliverables.
To remain efficient in an Agile environment, you will need to change the way you are used to managing your performance testing.
Join us for this webinar where we will present the approach, tools and solutions that can help in integrating performance testing with Sprints.
The audience will get introduced to:
•How to plan performance testing in agile projects?
•How to automate end-to-end performance testing cycle?
•How to identify bottlenecks during core development?
Think of yourself as you visit a new website or download a new app on your device. How will you react to a poor performing website or application? Will you quickly abandon and find a replacement? What happens when you cannot and it is your bank, healthcare or email?
We've all been in a situation where we find ourselves impatient with technology's performance. Come join a panel of individuals whose day-to-day responsibilities are to prevent such end user issues. Remember if not for the end users, there would be no product or reason to care about performance.
The Webcast aims to bring anyone untrained in the file performance arts to a common base with the experts. Discover some commonalities and differences between basic Block and File terminology and learn:
· Basic File Components and the meaning of the data workloads
· Main characteristics of various workloads and their respective dependencies, assumptions and environmental components
· The complexity of the technology benchmark interpretations
Discover why file performance benchmarking truly is an art and reach enlightenment via the industry-grade common sense and presenter's guru-esc advice.
The adoption of performance management methodologies across all types of businesses continues, but the expected step-change in organisational performance still today, often proves elusive.
Join Information Builders and Phil Jones, a thought-leader in performance management and business strategy, where we will identify some of the key reasons for such mixed results.
In this 30 minute webinar, we will explain the importance of connecting up common performance management practices with decision-making processes within organisations, to deliver a significant improvement in operational performance.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How decisions really get made in organisations
- Where traditional performance management thinking can go wrong
- How to make sense of the maelstrom of KPIs, measures and useful information
- Best practices for taking and acting on decisions to improve performance
- How to really learn from decision making and performance management
The first installment of our performance benchmarking Webcast series, “Storage Performance Benchmarking: Introduction and Fundamentals” aims to bring anyone untrained in the storage performance arts to a common base with the experts. In this first webcast, gain an understanding of the complexities of benchmarking modern storage arrays and learn the terminology foundations necessary for the rest of the series. This includes:
•The different kinds of performance benchmarking engagements
•Metrics: why the “right” metrics matter, and an introduction to the variety of metrics that may be relevant to your business
•Terminology basics: iops, op/s, throughput, bandwidth, latency/response time
The traditional performance management approach of ratings and annual appraisals is under fire, and rightly so. But what do you do instead?
This webinar is a shortened version of my all day workshop at December’s CIPD Performance Management Conference and will look at an alternative approach where you will learn about...
· The wider performance system operating in your organisation.
· A diagnostics tool to discover the levers to pull to change the system.
· Capability, and how to view it in a new way to improve future performance
· The real role managers should play in performance management.
Client/server software like Subversion can be a black box to administrators, making it hard to identify the root cause of performance problems. In this session, we'll outline common issues and provide step-by-step instructions to help you find and eliminate bottlenecks quickly.
• Understanding Subversion's operative model
• Typical scenarios to test
• Typical benchmarking pitfalls
• Best-case results as a reference
Accurate monitoring and management of storage performance is fundamental to the success of any organization looking to boost efficiency of their IT infrastructure. VMware performance engineer Chethan Kumar and Nimble Storage technologist Wen Yu go deep to discuss the various dimensions of storage performance as it relates to specific workloads and virtualized environments. Join this presentation for insight into storage fundamentals, key performance considerations and best practices to get the most out of storage infrastructure.Read more >