How Adobe Got Rid of Traditional Performance Reviews

March 1st, 2014

Scaling is a problem of both more and less. The best organizations construe it as more than a process of expanding their reach to more people and places. They treat scaling as “a subtraction game”, a never-ending hunt for unnecessary sources of friction and frustration.

One of our favorite examples of such subtraction was implemented by Adobe’s senior leaders in 2012 – a change that affected all 11,000 employees. Adobe killed one of the most sacred of corporate cows: traditional yearly performance reviews.

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