Promotion & Retension

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Unformatted text preview: Promotion & Retention BUS M 540 Fall 2010 Peter Madsen Course Schedule Oct. 26: Compensation Read: Bauer & Erdogan, Motivating Employees Through Performance Incentives (BB) Oct. 28: Promotion & Retention Read: Bauer & Erdogan, The Interactionist Perspective: The Role of Fit (BB) Read: Making Partner (Harvard Business School Case) Due: The Making Partner case will be analyzed and the analysis submitted during class. Please make every effort to be in class on this day. Nov. 2: Case DiscussionBaker & McKenzie Due: Baker & McKenzie Case Analysis (Instructions in BB; Due before class) Baker & McKenzie Case Compensation n Questions? n Public vs. Confidential Promotion in PSFs n The promotion process q Similar to the hiring process, but with much better information q Similar to the performance management process n Promotion decisions q Based on analysis of fit with the new job (should use a position scorecard or similar tool) q Not a reward for good prior performance, but an assessment that candidate can excel in the new position Bain & Co.: Making Partner Bain & Co....
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