WHY SHARING, BENCHMARKING AND INNOVATING ARE KEY TO PERFORMANCE
- Executive economics. Court, Simon // People Management;7/26/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p49
Discusses the importance of quality management within an organization. Description of the practice in management development; Need for senior line managers and human resource professionals to understand the connections between business model and management's capability to deliver quality service.
- How Benchmarking Can Help Cut WC Cost. Foley, J. Michael; Saunders, Melodee J. // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;09/27/99, Vol. 103 Issue 39, p15
Discusses benchmarking in worker's compensation cost. Its components; Categories of average claim costs and frequency rates; Purpose of benchmarking; Strategic applications of the information arising from the benchmarking process; Its uses.
- Performance Distributions: Measuring Employee Performance using Total Quality Management Principles. Deadrick, Diana L.; Gardner, Donald G. // Journal of Quality Management;1999, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p225
Describes a performance appraisal and management system that addresses many total quality management concerns about appraisal systems. Development of targeted performance and quality improvement programs; Compatibility of the appraisal system with quality management principles; Importance of...
- How to... learn to love change. Craig, Tara // Personnel Today;12/9/2008, p27
The article presents the author's suggestions concerning change in personnel management. Some of the suggestions include assessing competitors, benchmarking performance as well as the organization, and thinking how to convince colleagues of the benefits of change management. For the success of a...
- WHY HR SHOULD BE ON ITS MARKS. Taylor, Gary // People Management;3/9/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p46
The article ponders on the abandonment of the discipline of benchmarking by human resource professionals. It highlights the benchmarking activities of human resource professionals. It explains the rationale underpinning the statement that human resource professionals set the benchmarks. It...
- Full-Time Quality Manager Or Part-Time Quality Consultant? Kulisek, Diane G. // Quality Progress;Jul2007, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p61
The article discusses whether highly qualified quality assurance consultants would be an attractive alternative to hire full-time regular quality managers. According to the author, the cause of hiring decisions in favor of full-time quality managers might be as simple as a lack of understanding...
- What you don't know can cost you. Morandin, Rochelle // CA Magazine;Nov2005, Vol. 138 Issue 9, p12
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- Benchmarking study identifies best practices in staff development. // Journal of Staff Development;Summer2007, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p6
The article provides information on benchmarking study which identifies best practices in staff development. They have developed a proven methodology for discovering and disseminating innovative practices in professional learning. According to Joellen Killion, director of special projects of the...
- Knowledge Management Systems and Human Resource Management Policies for Innovation Benchmarking: a Study of ST Ericsson. Søilen, Klaus Solberg; Tontini, Gerson // International Journal of Innovation Science;
This paper shows in theory how a knowledge management system can be built as a human resource management (HRM) function. The solution builds on the notion of innovation benchmarking. A case study from the company ST Ericsson illustrates the discrepancy between what the company needs to do and...