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PERFORMANCE

MANAGEMENT
By- PAVAN
KUMAR.V
SADIQ ALAM

PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT
Performance refers to all activity of an
individual which occurs during a period
marked by his continuous presence before a
particular set of observers and which has
some influence on the observers.

FEATURES
Continuous process.
Involves effective use of technology.
Emphasizes on training to managers.
Dynamic system.
Linked to other systems of HRM.
Based on critical success factors.

SIGNIFICANCE OF PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT

Competitiveness.
Business-HR partnering.
Fulfilling HR needs.
Core of HR.
Optimizing Human Capital.
Renewal of competencies.
Managerial Equity.

SIGNIFICANCE(contd..)
Sustainable results.
Collective development.
Measurable management.
Integrated motivational tool.
Institutionalizing high performance.
Business- employees performance.

PERFORMANCE
APPRAISAL
It is a systematic appraisal of the
employees personality traits and
performance on the job and is
designed
to
determine
his
contribution and relative worth to the
firm.

CHARACTERI
STICS

PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT(PM)

PERFORMANCE
APPRAISAL(PA)

OBJECTIVES

To integrate the
organizational, team, and
individual objectives.

Individual objectives

FREQUENCY

Continuous reviews with


once or more in a year.

Annual appraisal.

RATING
SYSTEM

Joint or participative, ratings


less common.

Top-down approach.

REWARD
SYSTEM

Does not have direct link to


reward.

Often linked to rise in


pay.

CORPORATE
ALIGNMENT

Integrated at organizational
and people development.

Isolated system not


linked to
organizational goals.

FOCUS

Future focused.

Focus on past
performance.

QUESTIONS
ASKED

What can be done to help


employees perform as
effectively as possible?

How well was the


work done?