Business Case for Team Performance Management .doc - 1 Team Performance PSY\/647 2 Team Performance This team mission will investigate the importance of

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1 Team Performance PSY/647
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2 Team Performance This team mission will investigate the importance of integrating the team performance concept into the performance management system. We will begin with a description of the principles which are needed when designing the performance management evaluation process. Following the description of the principals, this brief will discuss the relationship between the significance of evaluations in the implementation phase, and the proficiencies of the evaluator. Next, an exploration of challenges which present in team management in the PM system. . Team Performance Management Team performance is an important concept to integrate into the organization’s current performance management system. The purpose is to ensure that all team members are held accountable for their specific role within the team and that the team leader is effectively overseeing the functions of the team, while coordinating plans and goals. Ongoing assessment of the team ensures that the team members are utilizing their resources, while maintaining alignment with the organization’s vision and mission. In a team-based organization, the performance of the team needs to be well managed to produce best results with motivated behaviors (Brumback, 2003). Team members should be encouraged to try out new ideas and step out of their safety zone. Managing team performance offers an evidence-based method to guide performance measurement, strategic planning, feedback, while reinforcing the team’s effectiveness and efficiency (Smither & London, 2009). The assessment of the team allows the organization to see how the team has progressed and what has been accomplished. Management of team performance ensures that individuals are learning new skills, show improvement over time in the
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3 form of innovation, documented learning, best practices and process improvements (Aguinis, 2012). The assessment will provide valuable information indicating where changes need to be made and where the team’s strengths lie. Design of Team PM Systems Following certain principles when designing the performance management evaluation process allow leadership to try to create the most effective PM system before it is implemented. If the result is poor due to the design, the principles focused on during design must not have accurately aligned with the objectives of the business. Considering the performance management system effects, the company, owners, management, and employees, the principles creating the pm systems outline is essential to the company’s overall success. The first key principle regarding the design of team performance management systems incudes awareness of the employees and company’s goals and individual objectives. This creates an incentive outlook with
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