Developing the high performance edge

Feeney, Edward J.
September 1981
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Fall81, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p29
Academic Journal
Stresses the need for a performance improvement system to improve employee productivity. Causes of the decline in employee productivity; Primary elements necessary in the development of an effective performance-improvement system.


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