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Unformatted text preview: ernal/Cost HR Strategy) & Loyal Soldier (Internal/Cost HR Strategy) Parity­based Comparison to standards Free distribution Free Agent (External/Differentiation HR Strategy) & Committed Expert (Internal/Differentiation HR Strategy) Merit­based Comparisons to other people Forced distribution What is Performance? What is Performance? Imagine that you have been asked to judge the winner of an art competition. The competition was open to all artistic styles. Basically; there were no restrictions on the painting a person could submit. There are 4 finalists and you must select a winner. You will now see the 4 art works. For each give it a score out of 10 and make a few points justifying your score. This is an individual activity. Finalist 1 Finalist 1 Finalist 2 Finalist 2 Finalist 3 Finalist 3 Finalist 4 Finalist 4 And the Winner is… And the Winner is… • Let’s talk a little about what you thought and wewill see how this relates to our lecture today The Hard Facts: Lessons from The Hard Facts: Lessons from the Art Gallery • Judging performance is largely subjective (even with assessment criteria) • Performance is not just numbers, it has an aesthetic quality • Two people see the same performance differently • Comparing two performa...
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