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Most organizations that I work with pay a lot of attention to the individual employee’s performance evaluation, but very little to the relationship between individual performance and organizational results. That’s why you will see a business full of “star performers” which is, itself, mediocre, despite all the “stars.” It’s as if they pay for effort and not accomplishment. Having great workers is not enough; their performance needs to be connected to the company’s goals.