The current Performance Development Process (PDP) and related tool (the PDP planner) are currently under review by a strategy design team that was charged by the College Operations Council (COC) in May of this year to redesign the process.
“The process and tool have both been used several years and, coupled with the recent adoption of a board policy requiring that each employee receives an annual performance evaluation, the time is right to re-evaluate the way employee performance is assessed,” said Amy Bosley, associate vice president of organizational communication and development.
The team met monthly between May and September of this year to evaluate our current practices, gather feedback from colleagues, and create a set of recommendations to be implemented with a redesign of the performance development tools.
In addition, a purpose statement and a set of design principles for the performance development process were also developed and will be presented to the COC at the October meeting for approval. The purpose statement and design principles can be downloaded here.
The next step in this work is to redevelop the process and recreate the forms in an electronic format, both of which will be pilot-tested with a small group. Read The Juice for further updates in the coming months.
Your feedback on the process, the purpose statement, and the draft design principles is welcome.
Please leave a comment below, or contact Amy Bosley at firstname.lastname@example.org or at extension 8255.