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Performance Management Systems and Strategies by Dipak Kumar Bhattacharyya

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ROLE ANALYSIS

Role analysis clarifies and prioritizes role expectations, both from the role senders’ and the role occupiers’ perspectives. A role is defined as the pattern of behaviour expected from a particular job position in the organizational hierarchy. A specific job position confers a job role, and the person who occupies such a job position is the role occupier. A job position is conferred by the organization maintaining a specific hierarchy. A particular role occupier works under some immediate boss, who becomes the role sender. Role senders expect some specific performance and desired behaviour from role occupiers. Some of the role expectations are task, job, work, and position. Task roles are the basic job element, job role is the component ...

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