TITLE

SOS or SAS?

AUTHOR(S)
Mickel, Andrew
PUB. DATE
April 2009
SOURCE
Community Care;4/2/2009, Issue 1764, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the author's insights on the connection between performance and staffing arrangements. He cites arguments on the first to come between poor performance in a council and high use of agency staff. He notes the role of agency staffing in a council's quality of service. He also discusses the possible impact of greater use of agency staff in a team. Andrew Thorne, Jo Cleary, Helga Pile and Bill McKiterrick's views on the matter are also presented.
ACCESSION #
38421139

 

Related Articles

  • Standardizing improvement. Sandison, Derek // CMA Magazine (1926-4550);May2011, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p12 

    The article focuses on the implementation of an initiative to improve standards, performance, and accountability toward increasing expectations on performance management. It describes the Performance Management Maturity Framework which offers organizations the ability to assess their performance...

  • Performance management: capturing people at their best. Nudelman, Elisa // Money Management;2/21/2008 Technical Advisor Supplem, Vol. 22, p12 

    The article provides information on the Performance Management System (PMS), a system that help businesses manage their underperformers. According to the author, in order for the PMS to be effective, it has to be simple, and to make sure that it support the goals of the business. However, she...

  • Helping your people to get an 'A' at work. Blanchard, Ken // Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Winter2011, Issue 73, following p20 

    The author provides techniques for administrative managers to effectively implement performance management practices in an organization. He advises managers to understand the important elements of an effective performance measure which include planning, execution, as well as review and learning...

  • SEMNIFICAÅ¢II ATRIBUITE CONTROLULUI MANAGERIAL. Ghicajanu, Mihaela; Edelhauser, Victor Eduard // Review of Management & Economic Engineering;2010, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p43 

    In the American management publications, the managerial control is treated as a concept, as a process and as a system inside the management. In the subparagraphs below, I will specify the most important and recognized aproaches of the managerial control. Managerial control represent all methods,...

  • A GENERAL STUDY ON PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN THE HEALTH CARE SECTORS. JAYAM, R. // Indian Streams Research Journal;Nov2012, Vol. 2 Issue 10, Special section p1 

    In today scenario the health care sectors are playing major role. Performance Management has to be done in each and every health care sector in order to know their present position and to plan for the future. The emphasis in this study of performance measurement is on monitoring performance, and...

  • TRANSFORMATION OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: FROM MANAGEMENT CONTROL TO PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT. Nita, Bartlomiej // Transformations in Business & Economics;Sep2008, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p53 

    The aim of the paper was to explore the changing role of management accounting in the context of corporate performance and strategy execution as well as to provide the discussion of the rationales for transition from traditional management control to performance management. The methodology...

  • Getting your people performing right.  // Management Services;Jan1996, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p6 

    Performance management claims to provide the techniques to ensure that energy, commitment and hard work are harnessed to corporate goals. The "Performance Management Handbook," forms part of the IPD's new developing practice series, launched at the annual national conference and exhibition in...

  • Employee Workplace Effectiveness: Implications for Performance Management Practices and Research. Yuk Lan Wong; Snell, Robin Stanley // Journal of General Management;Winter2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p53 

    This article discusses the implications for senior managers and human resource management (HRM) specialists of operating a performance management system that takes into account employee workplace effectiveness. Performance management systems need to be compatible with, and complemented by,...

  • Rethink how you evaluate employees. ROCK, DAVID // Finweek;7/4/2013, p37 

    The article provides helpful tips when it comes to effectively implementing an organization's performance management system. According to a report from industry research company CEB, several companies are not satisfied with their performance management system as they currently exist. The...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics