Choose the best model for peak performance

Perkins, Stephen
January 1997
People Management;1/23/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p48
Discusses employee performance management practice in British corporations. Approaches; Aspects of a performance management strategy; Militaristic model; Model for the post-industrial era. INSET: Further reading..


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