The Performance Management (PM) process usually involves the analysis of experiences andconsequences that support the behaviors of individuals or groups within an organization. The analysis ismanipulated, allowing for adjustments, of these variables, to either decrease unproductive or increaseproductive performance (Austin, 2000; Daniels & Daniels, 2004; Diener et al., 2009). Commoninterventions used in PM include goal setting, feedback, job aids, token systems, lottery systems, etc.(Diener et al., 2009). I plan to use this knowledge to set up a work environment hard work is cultivated,and human investment is more innovative.I can also use the tools, acquired in this course, to aid in forming company structure. anorganization, by definition, implies structure.