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Technology in the PM Process and Best Practices

Week 9 Discussion 1: "Technology in the PM Process"
1. From the e-Activity, determine what you believe to be the best use of technology in the performance management process. Support your claim with evidence. (Use the internet to research the uses of technology in the performance management process.)
2. Rate the importance of technology's role in the process and support your rating.

Week 9 Discussion 2: "Best Practices"
1. Create a scenario in which technology is used in the performance management process. Apply technological best practices to your scenario.
2. Anticipate how technology will create new opportunities for performance management within the next 20 years. Provide specific examples to support your response.

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Technology in the method of performance management (PM) is imperative to reaching the desired efficiency levels for effectively producing the end defined product or service. Thus, the business organization is imperative to utilizing any means that supports their operational goals along with monitoring and improving employee performance levels (output). Let's take a look at some core areas of focus:

Week 9 Discussion 1: "Technology in the PM Process"

1. From the e-Activity, determine what you believe to be the best use of technology in the performance management process. Support your claim with evidence. (Use the internet to research the uses of technology in the performance management process.)

Keep in mind, the role of technology in performance management provides a measurement of effectiveness and efficiency relating to the actual business activity being conducted. The Performance Management using a technology component is more up to the minute accurate and concise for proficient analysis when using technology - to increase observation of performance progress. Thus, the understanding to how and even why technology in performance management process matters outlines the constant need by senior level management and HR management to decipher where potential shortcomings in efficiency exists.

Some notable examples are as follow:

a. The manufactory department that produces one of the 5 parts to a product has not maintained delivery times for the next department to complete their phase. Upon review, the senior level management has reviewed internal database of Performance Management assessment - that indicated a shortage of staff members and lack of fully training due to the last company ...

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Technology in the PM process and best practices are examined. The importance of technology's role in the process and support ratings are determined.

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