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PeopleStreme Human Capital Releases 'New Trends in Performance Management - 2010' Whitepaper
Date:12/11/2009

PeopleStreme Human Capital has released a new whitepaper entitled "New Trends in Performance Management - 2010". The whitepaper maps 8 key trends for 2010 and suggests links between perfomance management and other critical human capital management systems such as strategy alignment, talent management, learning and development and employee engagement.

(PRWEB) December 11, 2009 -- PeopleStreme Human Capital has released a new whitepaper entitled New Trends in Performance Management - 2010. The whitepaper maps 8 key trends for 2010 and suggests links between perfomance management and other critical human capital management systems such as strategy alignment, talent management, learning and development and employee engagement.

"We are seeing a shift in the maturity of the performance management market." said PeopleStreme CEO, Lyle Potgieter. "PeopleStreme and many other performance management vendors have reported 40% growth or more through the GFC. We believe this is linked to CEO's understanding that their people can be made more effective because tools now exist to help them directly drive strategic and operational success. In other words, tools which can help change how their employees and managers behave."

The whitepaper is available for immediate download by clicking the link in this new article or by visiting the peoplestreme website.

PeopleStreme Human Capital is a global provider of Human Capital Management systems with a blue chip client list including Fortune 500, global corporations, not for profit and federal through to local government clients around the world. The business was formed in 2001 and develops, owns and distributes its own software. PeopleStreme specialises in cutting edge technologies, coupled with deployment from the CEO to the executive team, managers and workers, to ensure best fit solutions for it's clients.

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