Ask Brett | Untangling the Employee Performance Riddle

Welcome to Ask Brett, the part of our show that features an actual employee performance and management question submitted from a talent-minded executive just like you.

To leave a question, all you need is an Internet connection and microphone (headphone mics work too). Don’t worry about your microphone’s quality—your job is to ask a great question!, the web service we use to capture your message, does the rest.

Simply Click the button below to record your question. Please keep it to about a minute long, polite, non-spammy, and business or finance-focused. Here are the full submission guidelines.   – Brett

About Brett Knowles: Brett is a long-time thought leader in the performance
unnamedmeasurement space. Over the last thirty years he has worked with Drs. Kaplan and Norton and has had clients referenced in each of their books. Brett has assisted over 3,000 organizations from around the world and in all sectors from AT&T to Zeneca, the IRS to the City of Kingston. His clients have had as many as 250,000 employees and as few as 5. He is the co-founder of the first Balanced Scorecard application, has developed numerous measurement concepts around intangible assets, and has served on countless editorial boards and conference constructs.

Brett’s clients have been profiled in Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and Forbes. There are over 20 business school cases covering the success of his clients.

Three of Brett’s clients have been placed on the Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame by Drs. Kaplan and Norton.

Brett is supported by an international team of experts with executive backgrounds from many sectors and functional areas.

If your question appears on an episode of Workplace Champions, you’ll get an email from my co-host Jack Sweeney within a week asking you for your shipping address, so we can send you a Workplace Champions coffee mug. This is our way of thanking you for asking a great question and helping to deliver more value to the Workplace Champions audience.