ORGB 319 introduces you to the concept of performance management, as well as the design and implementation of performance management systems to increase the value of human capital, thus providing a unique competitive advantage for organizations in any industry. Performance management systems provide key tools for transforming people’s skills and motivation into a strategic business advantage. Performance management is a continuous process of identifying, measuring, and developing individual and team performance that is aligned with organizational goals, creating a distinct competitive advantage.
You will choose among the readings listed below in order to complete Assignments 1, 2, and 3.
|Perry, J.L., Mesch, D., & Paarlberg, L. Motivating employees in a new governance era: The performance paradigm. Revisited.|
|Kamery, R.L. EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AS IT RELATES TO EFFECTIVENESS, EFFICIENCY, PRODUCTIVITY,AND PERFORMANCE|
|Liccione, W. J. Balanced Management: A Key Component of Managerial Effectiveness.|
|Radnor, Z., & McGuire, M. Performance management in the public sector: fact or fiction?|
|Thorpe, R., and Beasley, T. The characteristics of performance management research: Implications and challenges.|
|de Wall, A.A. Behavioral factors important for the successful implementation and use of performance management systems.|
|Harrington, J. H. Was W. Edwards Deming wrong?|
|de Waal, A.A. The power of world-class performance management: Use it!|
|Contino, M.S. Organizational readiness: Finding the key indicators of performance management success.|
|Bolger, B. Ten steps to designing an effective incentive program.|