What exactly is performance management? It’s a term we hear thrown around, but what does it entail for an organization? Well, there’s the traditional outlook, and then there are the ideas of today’s guest, who is reimagining performance management as we know it.
Projjal Ghatak is the CEO and founder of OnLoop, the mobile-first feedback and goal-sharing platform purposefully built for the modern team. This tool is habit-forming and provides feedback as a stream of consciousness. This innovative strategy is helping managers and employees work together on their own development, and in a time when organizations are struggling with attracting and maintaining talent, this is a massively important topic.
Listen to this episode about this amazing toaol, and be sure to reach out to Projjal and his team because what he is doing is something you can do, too. And you will see results.
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- What performance management actually means
- The institutions that shaped Projjal’s outlook
- Habit-forming technology
- Generative AI and its many uses
- Shifting the mindset and the behavior of the manager
- The impact of feedback
- Biases and why they exist
- Making decisions with scalable data
- Making sure the process isn’t complicated
- Feedback as a stream of consciousness
- The five things that need to be done to drive rhythm
- Projjal’s book recommendations and daily routines
About Our Guest:
Projjal Ghatak is the CEO & Co-Founder of OnLoop, a pre-launch VC-backed seed stage SaaS start-up in a new category called Collaborative Team Development (CTD) to reinvent how individuals and teams of knowledge workers develop in a new hybrid future. Prior to founding OnLoop in 2020, Projjal spent three and a half years at Uber in a variety of roles including leading Strategy for Business Development globally, leading Strategy for the APAC rides business, and GM of the Philippines rides business. A lot of his personal pain as a leader in high-growth, high-functioning orgs led to the founding of OnLoop. Projjal has also spent time in finance raising debt and equity from New York hedge funds for an industrials conglomerate, in strategy consulting in South East Asia, and in early stage companies in Latin America. He has an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and a Bachelor of Business Management from the Singapore Management University.
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