Chapter 10. Remembering the Management in Performance Management

IN THIS CHAPTER, we tackle the often difficult task of measuring and managing an employee’s value to the organization. This may be especially tough to do because different organizations expect different things of their employees, and each has a different way to measure and manage performance. In other words, when it comes to performance management, your last employer’s methods may not tell you much about your current employer’s ways. While there’s no one perfect approach, performance management works best when it’s tailored to an organization’s needs and culture. We explore the common approaches and best practices that line managers use to measure and manage employee contributions. ...

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