Roles in Performance Management

Leaders roles change and they are required to adopt additional roles in the Performance Management Process. Some of the roles identified include Champion for change, performance management advocate, and performance coach. Leaders as change champion are entrusted to improve business performance by taking initiative and through identification of key success details for building performance capacity. For the purpose of successfully building capacity of performance management and improvement seven key skills are identified. Firm leaders must:

Pearson Correlation Coefficient Between Groups

To illustrate how to compare correlation between two groups. The article would use dataset of Islamic.sav. The Questionnaire was designed to evaluate the factors that affect people’s attitude towards Islamic banking. There may be situation when you need to compare the correlation coefficient between two groups. For instance in this dataset, we may need to compare the responses between male and female respondents. How to do it is described below If you wish to follow along with this example, you should start SPSS and open the Islamic.sav file.

Objectives of Performance Management and Appraisal

Performance Management is a key process of HRM that provides basis for developing individual and business performance. And is a part of the reward system in the most general sense. The intention is to improve the performance of the individuals and teams. It is about getting better results by understanding and managing performance through an agree framework of planned goals, standards and competency requirements. Performance Management is about finding answers to "What is to be achieved" and "How it is to be achieved". It helps find better and effective ways to improved business results.


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