The Reinvention of Performance Management: A Conversation with Gap Inc.’s Rob Ollander-Krane



In the past, performance management has been about appraisals and reviews, but that is changing. Approximately one-third of U.S. companies have stopped the annual performance and moved to more dynamic and real time performance management processes. One of those companies is Gap Inc. HR Exchange Network editor Mason Stevenson discussed the change with Gap Inc.’s Head of Talent Planning and Performance, Rob Ollander-Krane. Krane will speak in depth about the topic during this year’s Chief Talent Officer Exchange in Orlando, scheduled March 18-20.

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Rob Ollander-Krane is the Head of Talent Planning and Performance for Gap Inc. He is a speaker at the Chief Talent Officer Exchange in Orlando set for March 18-20.

In the past, performance management has been about appraisals and reviews, but that is changing. Approximately one-third of U.S. companies have stopped the annual performance and moved to more dynamic and real time performance management processes. One of those companies is Gap Inc. HR Exchange Network editor Mason Stevenson discussed the change with Gap Inc.’s Head of Talent Planning and Performance, Rob Ollander-Krane. Krane will speak in depth about the topic during this year’s Chief Talent O...
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