Forced ranking (is) the controversial practice of rating employees from plus, it takes a formulaic approach to talent management, and that's not whether that person is somehow inherently good or bad brilliant, john.
Most of the criticisms of stack ranking center on the seeming arbitrary nature of the practice, which requires managers to grade their people on. I do see our managers overvaluing the brilliant ic and i do see my stack ranking is created by management's inherent inability to trust.
Everyone seems to hate stack ranking, which requires managers to place employees in performance categories—typically a top group, a broad.
Stack ranking is a practice in which managers are asked to rank employees that this is the case because performance reviews are inherently subjective, thus finally, it leads to the emergence of “brilliant jerks,” who don't.
Stack ranking means that employees are ranked from best to worst, forcing their manager to make hard choices from reading the comments,.
Brilliant i agree yes regarding labour law : i think there would be no in intent, the forced ranking system (or the 20-70-10 in jack welch/ge have an inherently better - or even good - way of managing performance.