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Performance Management

Theory and Practice

Learn the theory and practice of performance management to plan effective performance management policies and improve organisational and employee performance.
    Paperback£46.99
    Ebook£39.16
    Print and ebook bundle£58.80

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EAN: 9781843983057
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 245x187
344 pages
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About the book

How do you systematically decide and communicate strategic performance aims, objectives, priorities and targets? How do you plan effective policies and practices? Which techniques, rewards and sanctions should you use to improve performance? How do you critically evaluate the effectiveness of performance management? Performance Management combines theory and practice to help students master these key concepts and apply their learning. Mapping to the CIPD Level 7 Advanced unit by the same name, the book is a core text for any student taking a performance management module at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

Featuring examples from a range of sectors and organizations across the globe, Performance Management is packed with pedagogical features such as learning outcomes, case studies, activities, reflection questions and further reading to fully engage students with the subject. Online supporting resources include an instructor's manual, lecture slides and annotated web links for students.

About the authors

Susan Hutchinson

Sue Hutchinson is an associate professor in HRM at the University of the West of England, where she is also Associate Head of the HRM teaching and research group. She teaches on a range of HRM postgraduate modules including Performance Management, and is actively involved in research. Her main research interests focus on the link between people management and performance, the role of line managers in HRM and involvement and consultation. Previous work experiences include research and teaching at Bath University, policy adviser for the CIPD and industrial relations adviser in the paper industry.

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It is very student friendly as each chapter commences with learning outcomes and then goes on to provide an introduction followed by a critical walk through the specific area under discussion all backed up with exercises, reflective activities, case studies and a further reading section.

Jane Russell, Academic Assoc. CIPD, Lecturer, University of the West of Scotland