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    Performance Management Strategic Goals

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    There are many different approaches to performance management. Although one would like to assume that there is a "best way", the organization needs to evaluate the cost and benefits of their plans.

    1. Discuss how performance management is related to the strategic goals and needs of the organization.

    2. Discuss giving feedback on performance- the do's and don'ts and how the strategic and cultural norms play a role in this process.

    3. There are many innovative methods for performance management. Compare and contrast at least two methods. Discuss the reliability and validity of the method.

    4. What are the ethical issues and factors affecting performance decisions?

    5. Critically evaluate a current or past employer on the methods of performance management. If you were the HR consultant for your fictitious or real organization, what do you recommend/propose for your organization (fictitious or real) for a performance management strategy?

    6. What are the risks and challenges the organization faces by implementing the plan you recommend?

    7. Provide an example of ways in which it is effectively or ineffectively implemented. Elaborate upon and assess this situation.

    There are many plans and forms available online that are pertinent. If you use a plan from an online source or from your current organization, you must cite in text and provide the reference.

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    1. Discuss how performance management is related to the strategic goals and needs of the organization.

    In regard to the relationship that exists between strategic goals and objectives and performance management, performance management is placated upon establishing the most effective possible strategy to ensure that employees are able to overcome any barriers that could prevent the organization from achieving its mission. Therefore, strategic planning, which is where goals and objectives are developed, determine the type of performance that the organization deems necessary for success. Therefore, managers must ensure that employees are performing in accordance with the performance measurements that were established during strategic planning and will be necessary for achieving the goals and objectives of the organization, and this requires appraisals and other forms of evaluation that is entailed within performance management.
    This is called cascading of goals. When done properly, setting employee goals should rely on the goals of the particular work-unit, which gets its goals from the planning done by the next bigger work unit, and so on.

    http://performance-appraisals.org/faq/stplan.htm

    2. Discuss giving feedback on performance- the do's and don'ts and how the strategic and cultural norms play a role in this process.

    When giving feedback on employee performance, employers must ensure that the feedback is timely wherein any issue that is being broached should be within an immediate time frame in regard to when the job action(s) occurred. For an appraisal to be effectively, it must occur within a quick frame ...

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    The expert discusses how performance management is related to the strategic goals and needs of an organization. Feedback on performances are provided.

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