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The difference between the performance management process and performance evaluations

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Can you explain the difference between the performance management process and performance evaluations and describe two evaluation techniques that could be used and why please?
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It appears that the main difference between the performance management process and performance evaluations is the fact that the performance management process is essentially a management methodology that is utilized in order to ensure that an organization is functioning at an optimal level, as well as to ensure that all of the differing departments and or functional parts of an organization are working in a coordinated and cohesive manner. This helps to ensure that the organization has the greatest probability of accomplishing organizational goals. Therefore, the performance management process is ...

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