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Performance Management

Author : Phil Lowe
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Designed for trainers running in-house courses on performance management, this workshop training programme guides participants through the steps that lead to effective management. It outlines the performance management cycle and trains participants in the key skill areas, including the objectives of the performance review, preparation for a review, employee involvement, conducting an appraisal interview and the follow-up procedures.

HBR Guides to Performance Management Collection 4 Books HBR Guide Series

Author : Harvard Business Review
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If you manage a team, you need to be able to measure and manage their performance. From establishing a performance review cycle and building toward your year-end assessment, to providing individual feedback and coaching and establishing group cohesion and accountability, this collection teaches you the skills you need to inspire your team to greater success. This specially priced four-volume set includes books from the HBR Guide series on the topics of Performance Management, Coaching Employees, Delivering Effective Feedback, and Leading Teams. You'll learn how to: Set--and adapt--employee and team goals Assess performance fairly Coach your employees through tough situations React calmly if someone gets defensive when you deliver feedback Create plans for individual development Rethink how you use performance ratings Avoid burnout on your team Foster group camaraderie and cooperation Hold your team accountable Arm yourself with the advice you need to succeed on the job, with the most trusted brand in business. Packed with how-to essentials from leading experts, the HBR Guides provide smart answers to your most pressing work challenges.

Compendium of Research Reports

Author : United States. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research
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Performance Management Program

Author : United States. Department of the Air Force
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Human capital a guide for assessing strategic training and development efforts in the federal government

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Compensating the Sales Force A Practical Guide to Designing Winning Sales Compensation Plans

Author : David J. Cichelli
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Compensating the Sales Force is a uniquely jargon-free, how-to guide to all major sales compensation concepts and formulas. Using real-world examples, guru David J. Cichelli: Helps readers select the right compensation strategy for their firm Provides step-by-step guidance to implementing various approaches Simplifies the mathematical formulas that are a thorn in most manager's side

Practical Guide to Environmental Management

Author : Frank Friedman
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Aimed at environmental and business professionals, this text explains how to create and maintain an effective corporate environmental management program. Corporate environmental lawyer Friedman begins with an overview of the history of environmental law. Other topics include, for example, reducing w

Performance Management

Author : Robert L. Cardy
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The Compensation Handbook Sixth Edition A State of the Art Guide to Compensation Strategy and Design

Author : Lance A. Berger
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The definitive guide for HR and compensation professionals—revised to help you achieve a sustainable competitive advantage for your company The theme of the sixth edition of the classic compensation guide aligns with business’s number-one goal today: achieving a sustainable competitive advantage. The Compensation Handbook shows you how to deal effectively with five strategic human capital issues: innovation, attracting talent and retention, big data, workforce changes, business advantage through compensation programs.

Bowker s Complete Video Directory 2000

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Research Writing Made Easy A Guide for Tertiary Students

Author : Gabriel Dwomoh
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Document from the year 2014 in the subject Pedagogy - Miscellaneous Topics, , course: Resarch Methods, language: English, abstract: The book titled “Research Writing made easy-A guide book for tertiary students is designed as an introduction to research methods, primarily for students in tertiary institutions in Ghana and across the borders of Ghana. It should also be useful to students in the fields of applied psychology, sociology and business related fields who write thesis and dissertation as part of their course work. Our aim is to give the students and readers a flavour of the excitement and the pitfalls of carrying out research, and a basic appreciation of a range of methods commonly used in research. The book incorporates a number of features intended to assist the novice researcher. The objectives of each chapter are set out at the beginning, the key features of the research methods are summarized and extended examples of how to apply a variety of research methods are also provided. In this book we have sought to combine the advantages of drawing on specialist input for each chapter while maintaining coherence across chapters. As editors we have co-authored each chapter to ensure that the book as a whole provides coherent coverage of research methods, with continuity of style and terminology, and no duplication or inconsistency. At the same time, so that each chapter benefits from the authority and experience of experts, In addition to their academic training, all these authors have carried out research in a variety academic disciplines and reported their studies in high quality peer-reviewed journals. The content of the book is such that it contains all the compulsory areas such as introduction, literature review, methodology, data analysis and discussion as well as summary, conclusions and recommendations when writing a thesis or dissertation and as such it is difficult for the book to be affected by trend changes. It is therefore recommended to all students in tertiary institutions who are writing their dissertations.

Strategic Performance Management

Author : Bernard Marr
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This book is about strategic performance management for the Twenty-First Century organization. In a practical step-by-step approach it navigates readers though the identification, measurement, and management of the strategic value drivers as enables of superior performance. Using many real life case examples this book outlines how organizations can visualize their value creation, design relevant and meaningful performance indicators to assess performance, and then use them to extract real management insights and improve everyday strategic decision making as well as organizational learning. A key focus of the book is the important issue of creating value from intangible assets. Much has been written about the importance of intangible assets such as knowledge, skills, relationships, culture, practices, routines, and intellectual property as levers for organisational success. However, little has been published that tells managers how to do that. This book moves beyond just raising awareness and provides practical tools and templates, gathered in many extensive case studies with world-leading organizations. The key issues the book addresses are: • How do we identify the strategic value drives, especially the intangibles, in our organisations? • How do we understand their strategic value using the powerful mapping tools? • How do we then measure the business performance? • How do we use performance indicators to improve decision making and organisational learning? • How do we align performance reviews and risk management with our strategy? Well grounded in theory and packed with case studies from around the world, this book will function as a guide for managers as well as a reference work for students and researchers. The tools described in this book are not only suitable for leading international corporations, but have been designed to be equally appropriate for not-for-profit organizations, central and local government institutions, small and medium sized businesses, and even departments and business units. The ideas, tools, and templates provided allow managers to apply them straight away and transform the way they manage strategic performance at all levels of their organization.

The Evaluation Guide to Executive Programs

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Managing evaluations in IUCN a guide for IUCN programme and project managers

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Employment and Training Reporter

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Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy

Author : Salmons, Janet
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Offers exhaustive research on collaborations in education, business, and the government and social sectors.

The Evolution and Future of High Performance Management Systems

Author : Glenn A. Bassett
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Despite the challenges of organized labor and the human relations movement, scientific management has dominated the configuration of twentieth-century high performance systems. As the twenty-first century nears, an expanding fund of social science knowledge related to worker behavior and renewed evolution of high performance systems under intense, global competition offer new directions and opportunities for their reinvention. An historical review of scientific management is drawn, the halting and often abortive course of human relations research is traced, and the forces that are likely to shape tomorrow's high performance systems are evaluated in this book.

The Executive s Guide to Controlling Health Care and Disability Costs

Author : Bruce N. Barge
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Recent polls have shown that CEOs today consider rising and uncontrollable health care costs to be the number one threat to keeping their organizations competitive. Even worse, many executives feel there is little they can do to regain control of exploding health and disability costs. This is the first book written specifically for executives, providing both a strategic blueprint and real-world examples for how employers can control and even reduce these spiraling costs. The Executive's Guide to Controlling Health Care and Disability Costs addresses the issues of health care, workers' compensation, and disability costs from a managerial and strategic perspective. You'll find innovative new ways to take action and examples from leading organizations that have achieved success.

A Manager s Guide to Performance Appraisal

Author : Thomas Henry Patten
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Explains how to conduct fair, objective, and productive performance appraisals, and tells how appraisals can be used to improve employee motivation and morale

The Cooperator

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