Performance management: Fine intentions

Brown, Duncan; Hirsh, Wendy
September 2011
People Management;Sep2011, p34
The article discusses the research study, titled "Performance Management: The Implementation Challenge," performed at the institute for Employment Studies in Great Britain. The study outlines the difficulties in implementing an effective performance management. Two case studies, involving BT Operate and Oxfam GB, show current trends and improvements that can be made to performance management processes. The study highlights several areas on how HR can build more effective performance management.


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