With more and more companies moving away from the annual review and toward continuous conversations and check-ins instead, others want to emulate this process. Booking.com, which offers travel deals, is one such company that made a successful transition. It introduced its new process in 2015. One year in, it reported it had experienced a 42 percent increase in team engagement, with 93 percent of employees saying the new process had increased their learning agility. This can be seen as a case study -- one which in turn can inform other companies moving away from the annual review. The article describes the potential challenges Booking.com faced, the steps forward it anticipated and the model it provided others, to create its own performance-management system. Ironically, this description itself is a "one-year review" of Booking.com's effort. Get the full story at Entrepreneur