Evaluation of managers in state government complete

Evaluation of managers in state government complete

Oregon has completed evaluations of its managers as the first step to restructuring the state's management system.

The Enterprise Management Solutions Reform Project was created this fall to change nearly every aspect of how managers in state government are treated: how they are recruited, trained and hired, how they are paid, how their performance reviews are done, how they are held accountable and how they interact with staff.

About 3,400 managers — between 80 percent and 90 percent of managers in state government — completed the survey by mid-December.

Read more at Statesman Journal.

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0 #1 A Step In The Right DirectionGuest 2014-01-02 20:07:37
Implementing management evaluation infrastructure is a positive step in the right direction for overall accountability. It will be interesting to see how it evolves.
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