Jack Welch Matrix


Definition: the Jack Welch Matrix is a framework coined by Jack Welch to classify and differentiate employees into 4 quadrants using 2 independent variables namely:
- Performance level. This refers to how employees achieve important results.
- Values match/Culture fit. This refers to how well employees embody and embrace the guiding principles which dictate the typical behavior(s) needed to be constantly displayed by them.
Also called Performance-Values Match Matrix.


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