Small Scale Approach to Development

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Performance management systems consist of the activities and/or processes embraced by an organization in anticipation of improving employee performance, and therefore, rganizational performance.[35] Consequently, performance management is conducted at the organizational level and the individual level. At the organizational level, performance management oversees organizational performance and compares present performance with organizational performance goals.[24] The achievement of these organizational performance goals depends on the performance of the individual organizational members.[24] Therefore, measuring individual employee performance can prove to be a valuable performance management process for the purposes of HRM and for the organization.[24] Many researchers would argue that “performance appraisal is one of the most important processes in Human Resource Management”.[14]
The term performance management is commonly used to describe a range of managerial activities designed to monitor, measure and adjust aspects of individual and organisational performance through management controls of various types. Therefore, This essay seeks to discuss performance management being indispensable in any organisation.

............................ defines performance management as a continuous process of identifying, measuring and developing performance in organisations by linking each individual’s performance and objectives to the organisation’s overall mission and goals.

The performance management process begins with leadership within the organization creating a performance management policy.[24] Primarily, management governs performance by influencing employee performance input (e.g. training programs) and by providing feedback via output (i.e. performance assessment and appraisal).[36] “The ultimate objective of a performance management process is to align…...

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