• Title: Performance Management
  • Author: Elaine D. Pulakos
  • ISBN: 9781405177610
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • Performance Management Performance Management presents an end to end practical model of effective performance management that shows how to develop and implement performance management systems that yield bottom line results
    Performance Management presents an end to end practical model of effective performance management that shows how to develop and implement performance management systems that yield bottom line results.Practical step by step guidance and examplesRealities associated with implementing best practices and avoiding common pitfallsJobs and circumstances where common practices wilPerformance Management presents an end to end practical model of effective performance management that shows how to develop and implement performance management systems that yield bottom line results.Practical step by step guidance and examplesRealities associated with implementing best practices and avoiding common pitfallsJobs and circumstances where common practices will and will not work wellProven approaches from leading organizationsInsights for everyone involved in performance management through senior leadership

    One Reply to “Performance Management”

    1. A pratical book to have around. It succintly reviews the performance management literature, dedicating a lot of time to the controversies and failures of PM systems, so much so that you might end up thinking they are a waste of time (as some authors do: see "Abolishing Performance Appraisals: Why They Backfire and What to Do Instead"). The mid-chapters contain some very useful examples of behavioral anchors as well as results-driven rating scales.It's organized as an introductory text, so if you [...]

    2. Extremely useful if you are a practitioner looking for an overview of performance management. There is enough material to give you an outline for revamping your current system, or creating one from scratch (my case). I found the activities for teaching helpful, and plan to use at least a couple of them. There are certainly areas where more depth could be added,(job analysis for example, or specific organizational development strategies for implementing the system) but that isn't the point. As a [...]

    3. If you are going to be building a performance management system at an organization, this is the book for you! The author clearly presents the steps to follow and a lot of specific details that are important for management to follow. I highly recommend this book.

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