Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Performance Management

Performance Management In order for organizations to raise the performance levels within the organization, it is important for them to find strategies that will allow them to raise motivation among their employees. This is also a way to ensure that the goals and the objectives of the organization are being met. According to McNamara, PHD, (1999) "performance management can focus on performance of the organization, a department, processes to build a product or service, employees, etc." (p. 1). This paper will establish a performance management program and consider what matters most for measuring employee performance. Lastly, an explanation of the appraisal will be given to explain how it can be used in a variety of positions.According to Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhert, and Wright, (2003) "performance management is the process through which managers ensure that employees' activities and outputs contribute to the organizations goals" (p. 239). Organizations and managers need to determine first what matters most for measuring performance of their employees.20120524-DM-RBN-6075An annual appraisal helps determine if an employee will remain on the job and what employees' need additional job training (Moorty, n.d). An annual performance helps supervisors set goals for the upcoming year, and report employee success in meeting performance expectations (BNET, 2003).Some performance appraisals are done to rank each employee and other are done by breaking down performance to evaluate individual attributes, behaviors or results (Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart, Wright, 2007). Some performance appraisals methods are comparisons rankings, graphic rating scales, behavioral rating scales, critical incident method and 360 degree feedback. Comparison rankings are done to measure best to worst of an individual performance. Comparison can also be done ranking one employee to another employee's performance. One of the oldest methods used is using graphic rating scales to measure an employee's level of performance. Beh avioral...

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