Performance Management

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Nov 30, 1998 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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You can achieve performance levels once thought unattainableÐbut only when managers and workers establish clear lines of communication, and understand how their jobs contribute to the goals of both themselves and the organization. Performance Management is the comprehensive guidebook on how to establish a communication system to get top performance and value from each employee. It will show you how to conduct goals-focused performance planning meetings and performance appraisals and foster a true commitment to success within each employee. A meaningful tool for stimulating workplace cooperation, Performance Management will benefit the employee, the manager, and the organization itself.

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An Overview
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The Challenge of Performance Management
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Performance Management as a System
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