As things stand in most companies a review is a process that might be perceived as a closed loop, a required piece of paper, done to fill a regulation, end of story. But, for companies to encourage greatness, reviews should be something more. They should be migration papers, a means to pass from acceptable to good, to better than good and then onward to great. Managers should be ushering employees to think beyond the box they find themselves in, to aspire to come up with new and more interesting solutions to company issues, big and small, and then to present them and to risk being considered a bit crazy in the process, because oftentimes it takes crazy to make progress.
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