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To make the University of Minnesota competitive as one of the top three public research university in the world by investing in its human capital.
This project is to cast some light on what the University is actually doing with respect to Performance Management and Career Mobility in an attempt to change the culture of recruitment, retention, development, assessment, and management of University of Minnesota employees and align it with the University's mission to be conscious of and responsive to the needs of the many communities it is committed to serving (e.g. Performance Management) and to inspire, set high expectations for, and empower individuals within its community (e.g. Career Mobility).
We have chosen a re-conceptualization of the term performance management to include career mobility.
Performance Management is a managerial process that includes managing, planning and improving employee performance toward the development of the employee to serve both the individual and the organization.
The PEL People Project will deliver a final report on Performance Management and Career Mobility, as is currently being administered throughout the University of Minnesota. Provide models and examples of best practices used at the University within Colleges and Business units as well as external organizations that have accomplished a successful transformation implementing a Performance Management and Career Mobility system.
Manager, Outreach & Education Services, Center for Transportation Studies
Coach: Jan Morlock
Facilities Operation and Project Coordinator, Housing and Residential Life
Coach: Amelious Whyte
Graduate School, Diversity Office
Coach: Chuck Muscoplat
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Coach: Barbara Brandt
Communications Director, College of Vet Med - Administration
Coach: Jeanne Markell