How to... Reinvent and Redesign Your Performance Management SystemPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 15 October 2019
In this months ‘How to…’ Dr Gerry McMahon considers how employers might reinvent and redesign their Performance Management Systems.
Performance management and appraisal systems have been the subject of criticism for many years. For example, as far back as 1957 the motivation guru Douglas McGregor called into question the value of such assessments, whilst by the 1980s the ‘total quality’ champion W.E. Deming was describing appraisals as the ‘third deadly disease’ of management. At the same time, surveys of personnel professionals in both the U.S. and Britain had found that less than 20 per cent were satisfied with the effectiveness of such systems. Subsequent independent assessments have
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