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Common performance issues can be grouped into 2 primary categories: 1. Quantity (e. g. incomplete work, lack of productivity, poor prioritizing, excessive socializing during work hours, being late, being absent, abusing social media, untimely completion, limited production), etc. 2. Quality (failure to conform to standards, excessive errors, not meeting customer's satisfaction, etc.) Assume that you are a department manager for Byrd, Inc., a clothing manufacturer. The department that you manage is experiencing one or more of both quantity and quality issues. What model presented in Chapter 8 would you use to help diagnose and correct the performance issues? Be specific in naming the issues you are dealing with and be explicit in using language from the model you chose to discuss. Appropriately cite. Some scholars would argue that performance based models are useful to management but less of a benefit to employees. What is your position in this argument? Provide evidence based support for your response. To effectively respond to this question, it may be necessary to provide support beyond the
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