Science is proving that people overestimate how well they can multitask - doing or thinking about multiple things at the same time. People are actually fairly poor at it. Can an enterprise performance management framework accomplish what the human brain cannot? In other words, can the portfolio of integrated methodologies that comprise the performance management framework behave like bees of a beehive or ants of an anthill, where each of the workers seems to instantaneously know what he or she should be doing for the good of the group?

 

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