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Gartner, Inc., the world's leading research and advisory company, equips business leaders with indispensable insights, advice and tools to achieve their mission-critical priorities and build the successful organizations of tomorrow.
Over the past few years, Gartner has posted double-digital growth in financial performance and headcount, and has acquired other companies of various sizes. To keep up with this extraordinary pace of change and fuel future success, Gartner promotes an environment of addressing challenges through iterative solution design.
This requires a culture of continuous feedback and learning where all associates are encouraged to understand what’s going well, where there are opportunities for even stronger performance, and what are the key practices that lead to success. Recent changes to Gartner’s annual performance management cycle and enterprise learning strategy have been designed to provide additional emphasis on the company’s feedback and learning culture.
About the Presenter:
Matthew Kleinman, Ph.D. is Vice President, Talent Management at Gartner with responsibility for building Gartner's approach to enterprise performance management, succession planning, leader development, and talent analytics. Prior to Gartner, Matt was a Vice President in Global Talent Development at Goldman Sachs where he led initiatives in support of the firm's talent agenda and advised the Finance and Global Investment Research divisions. Earlier in his career,
Matt held roles of increasing leadership responsibility at New York Life Insurance Company, Oliver Wyman, and the Citigroup Private Bank, and he has worked with executives on a range of topics including leadership competencies, employee engagement, organization culture assessment, organization design, and post-merger integration. Matt has also served as an adjunct faculty member at Columbia University in the graduate Social-Organizational Psychology program. Matt holds a BS in human development from Cornell University and MA and PhD degrees in organizational psychology from Columbia University.
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