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Performance Management (June 2011)

Current performance management practices vary considerably across the organization. Some areas do timely reviews and recognize differences in performance levels of employees, while other areas do not. Supervisors and employees alike often equate performance management with the dreaded annual review and completion of an appraisal form. Since performance management processes serve as a key driver of organizational capabilities, it makes sense for the University to initiate steps towards a more effective and consistent performance management process. More...

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