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Family Name: MARTINEZ GONZALEZGiven Name:INGRID SOLANYIStudent ID: Course:S40052138ADVANCE DIPLOMA OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENTSubject: Trainer’s name: Business PlanningSushil BansalDeclaration: I certify that this assignment is entirely my own work. I have provided full referencingto the work of others. The material in this paper has not been submitted before.IMPORTANT – READ THIS FIRSTPLAGIARISM:You must compose your answers in your own words. Simply pasting text from the Internet OR the APC workbook may result in a failing grade. It is better to write your own thoughts in your own words – even if your English is not perfect – rather than copy word-for-word the thoughts of someone else.SUBMITTING IDENTICAL ANSWERS:You may discuss your assessments with other students, but submitting identical answers to other students may result in a failing grade. Your answers must be yours alone.TUTORIALS:Tutorials are run every week to help you answer the assessments. The schedulefor tutorials will be announced during the first week of term. You are urged to attend the tutorial that pertains to your online subject.<<Please remember to write your name and SID on the first page of this assignment, save yourown copy of this file with the filename <Name_StudentID_SubjectName_AsstNumber> andupload the assessment once completed>>
Assessment 2Part A – Written or Oral QuestionsIn assessment 1 you developed a business plan. Answer the following in regards to the businessplan you developed.1.How would you ensure that skilled labour is available to implement the plan? (4 marks)
2.Explain how you will test performance management systems. (4 marks)First and foremost it may be important to note that a performance system can be regarded as asystematic process that facilitates the attainment of individual as well as organizational/corporategoals.In implementing a performance management system there are three keys to making the systemeffective. Some of which include the following;Performance management alignment; a good performance management system should beable to align business objectives as well as employee goals.The existing communication that is between the leaders as well as the employee; aneffective performance management system establishes a surrounding that allows for freeand open communicationRegularly identify good or any existing poor performance.Some of the steps that will allow one be able to test an appropriate performance managementsystem includes.Research and benchmark the best management practiceDefine the organization's goals properly to allow for performance management

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