Section B 4. Characterictics of good performane management system Management defines what it requires in the shape of performance improvements, sets goals for success and monitors performance to ensure that the goals are achieved. Alternative work practices are adopted such as job redesign, autonomous work teams, improvement groups, team briefing and flexible working. People know what is expected of them – they understand their goals and accountabilities. People feel that their job is worth doing, and there is a strong fit between the job and their capabilities. People are empowered to maximize their contribution. There is strong leadership from the top that engenders a shared belief in the importance of continuing improvement. There is a focus on promoting positive attitudes that result in an engaged, committed and motivated workforce.
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- Fall '17
- Management, People