Implementing Performance Management Systems in Organisations

Acme Intellects International Journal of Research in Management ISSN 2320 – 2939 (Print) ISSN 2320-2793 (online),Vol- 4,1-14, 2013

14 Pages Posted: 22 Jul 2019

Date Written: 2013

Abstract

A performance management system, when implemented well, can contribute significantly to an organization‘s overall performance. However, there is limited literature in this context, and the present paper explores the current available sources of information on issues in implementing an effective performance management system. There are a significant number of studies discussing impact of certain variables like clarifying mission, vision and goal setting, performance based rewards arrangement and performance based training and development and review in individual and organizational level. This paper helps to clarify the concept of effective implementation of performance management systems to practitioners and attempts to identify further gaps in the literature, for future researchers interested in the area.

Keywords: Performance Management, feedback, Performance Based Compensation, Setting Goal

JEL Classification: M00, M10, M12, M13, M14

Suggested Citation

Kumar, Dr. Pankaj and Nirmala, Rajanala, Implementing Performance Management Systems in Organisations (2013). Acme Intellects International Journal of Research in Management ISSN 2320 – 2939 (Print) ISSN 2320-2793 (online),Vol- 4,1-14, 2013, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3422856

Dr. Pankaj Kumar (Contact Author)

FMS, DIT University ( email )

Dehradun
Uttarakhand
Dehradun, IN 248009
India
8806417986 (Phone)

Rajanala Nirmala

Goa University ( email )

Department of Management Studies
Goa University
panaji, GA GA 403206
India
9923000060 (Phone)

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