Over decades, ProMES has been shown as the most powerful performance management system we have (DeNisi & Murphy, 2017). However, the authors are demanding more evidence regarding the impact of such systems on financial success.
This year, we were hoping to announce a live event in Boston respectively a hybrid event in the US and Europe. Since the statistics don’t look like traveling around the globe is going to be easy this summer and since we made such positive experiences with last year’s digital conference, we decided to organize an online event again in July, 20-21, 2021.
Looking back at the feedback of last year and considering our personal experience, we are very confident that the conference is going to be a memorable and successful event.
If you are planning to join the conference please register via Eventbrite until June, 30.
It will be free of charge for members of the ProMES ICC. If you want to become a member, please send the application form
Since we are facing time differences, especially in America and Europe, we created a rather flexible schedule. To coordinate all the attendants from different time zones, we will start on Tuesday at 3pm (CEST), followed by another day of group work and discussions all around ProMES. If you are from another part of the world, please decide whether you want to follow the European or the American timeline.
The Impact of ProMES on Financial Success
This year’s invited speaker Wayne Cascio, PhD
, is the most distinguished researcher on the effects of HR initiatives on financial success. He is an American industrial-organizational psychologist, a Distinguished Professor at the Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership at University of Colorado Denver Business School and former President of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (1992 to 1993). Prof. Cascio is going to talk about the investments in people and the financial impact of human resource methods
. We are looking forward to discussing and finding new ways of estimating the impact of ProMES on organizational success.
Free of charge for members of ProMES ICC. Annual membership fee is 100€ and can be applied here
If you wish to not become a ProMES ICC member you can also choose a one-time conference fee of 150€ (+tax).
This year's hosts are Brandon L. Young, PhD, Psynet Group (Denver, Colorado, USA) and Dr. Colin Roth, BlackBox/Open (Nuremberg, Germany).