Articles Posted in the " Performance Management " Category

  • The Move toward Social Performance Management

    The annual performance review: to simply mention it conjures images of wasted hours, frustrating conversations, and disgruntled employees. However, the review process hangs on because it is a critical communication piece and the source of the annual compensation raise (or lack thereof, depending on performance). As the pressure to ramp up productivity and output has […]

  • Drive Business value with Social Collaboration

    BullseyeEngagement, LLC a global provider of performance management solutions and an IBM Partner World business partner, is starting today to showcase its Bullseye Performance Management solution at the IBM Connect 2013 Conference in Orlando, Florida. Adeel Zaidi, Bullseye founder, said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at the IBM Connect conference. A smarter workforce requires […]

  • Connecting Social Business to Performance

    Social Performance Management is the next evolution of performance management software. Adoption is being driven by employees demand for social feedback, recognition, and social tools. Changing Workforce Demographics Driving Social Performance Management: Millennials. By 2015 Millenials will be nearly half of the workforce. Contractors, SuperTemps, Free Agents. Depending upon industry and company size, nearly 1 […]

  • Management Team Bios

    Adeel has a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and a MBA degree in Industrial Management. He is a senior executive experienced in P&L management, strategic planning, business development and manufacturing operations. He has numerous recognition’s and accomplishments. Adeel has utilized his executive experience in the development of a corporate communication system — the Bullseye Performance […]

  • Employee Evaluation and Talent Management Solutions

    Employee Evaluation and Talent Management Solutions

    Partnership for Employee Engagement and Talent Management Solutions SCI Companies announced today that it has entered into a partnership agreement with BullseyeEngagement, to make their performance management solutions available to clients of both SCI Companies and PlatformOne. Since 1985, SCI Companies has offered a full range of Human Resources technology and shared services to small […]

  • Boost Business Performance with Employee Engagement System

    Boost Business Performance with Employee Engagement System

    The Employee Engagement Institute Partners with BullseyeEvaluation to Provide an Employee Engagement System Connected to Business Performance. “Fully engaged employees lead to superior performance,” commented Tom McCoy, Director of the Employee Engagement Institute and author of the Amazon bestselling Human Capital book Employee Engagement: The Framework for the Future. “A culture of engagement will outperform […]

  • Performance Management Solution of Choice

    BullseyeEvaluation Selected as Performance Management Solution of Choice for the Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN) Houston, TX – April 30, 2013 – BullseyeEvaluation, LLC today announced its selection by The Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN)  as its authorized provider of performance management software solutions. Under the authority of the Texas Region 4 Education Service Center (ESC) under […]

  • Improve Organizational Performance Management and Productivity in South-east Asia

    BullseyeEngagement Partners with Behavioural Consulting Group To Improve Organizational Performance Management and Productivity in South-east Asia. BullseyeEngagement is teaming up with Behavioural Consulting Group to provide performance management and employee productivity solutions in Southeast Asia across in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Indonesia. “Our aim is to transform the workplace,” commented Lita Nithiyanandan, founder of Behavioral Consulting Group. “Leadership is an […]

  • The Social Management of Work

    People are inherently social. The trouble is, organizations typically do not harness this natural inclination well. Rather, they create barriers that hinder how employees engage with one another, and limit agility in how they collaborate and make decisions. They do this by forming complex hierarchies and reporting structures, excessively layering new processes and controls without […]