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by Franklin Hartle

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  • ISBN 0749416408
  • ISBN13 978-0749416409
  • Language English
  • Author Franklin Hartle
  • Publisher Kogan Page Ltd (October 1, 1995)
  • Pages 245
  • Formats lrf doc rtf mbr
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Human Resources
  • Size ePub 1201 kb
  • Size Fb2 1730 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 583

Performance management schemes have become increasingly popular in companies of all types around the world; proving to be highly effective when managed properly. From developing internal communications to boosting employee motivation, the range of potential benefits can be huge. Yet when schemes are mismanaged, they can leave promises undelivered and employees dissatisfied.Taking a pragmatic and refreshingly direct approach to this complex subject, Franklin Hartle offers clear advice on how to 're-engineer' a performance management scheme and turn potential failure into success. Divided into two main sections, part one looks at schemes used across the US and Western Europe and provides an in-depth view of current trends. It also looks at what performance management is supposed to deliver; how well current schemes are being implemented and managed; how organisations are changing; and how organisational changes are affecting performance management.The second part, forming the bulk of the book, provides a step-by-step guide to how to re-engineer your performance management scheme. Drawing on detailed inter-national case studies and the author's own in-depth experience, the practical advice given here will lay the groundwork for success - whatever stage of the process you've reached.Ideal for any user of performance management who wants the best from their schemes, this book shows you how improvements can be made, so helping you maximise your organisation's effectiveness.

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Re-Engineering the Pe.The book draws on real case studies of work with Hay clients in the US, UK and other Western European countries. It is written primarily for users of performance management, ie, all line managers and employees.

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It deals with the use of performance management in the US and Europe, defines performance management and assesses how well it is doing. It also considers how organizations are changing and the implications of these changes on traditional approaches to performance management.

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Business process re-engineering (BPR) is a business management strategy, originally pioneered in the early 1990s, focusing on the analysis and design of workflows and business processes within an organization.