- Microsoft’s culture has drastically changed over the past six years.
- The performance-review system underwent a change in 2013, which Kathleen Hogan, the chief people officer of Microsoft, addressed in an interview with Business Insider.
- Performance reviews at the tech giant now emphasize three factors: individual impact, how you contribute to other people’s success, and how you leverage other people’s work.
Instead of comparing employees against each other, Microsoft managers evaluate how workers contribute to the team.
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