Improving performance management, part 2 Print Page Your second Individual Assignment in this module is an evaluation of the characteristics of the â€˜idealâ€™ performance management system. In Week 5, you conducted an evaluation of the performance management system in an organisation with which you are familiar. This week, you will critically evaluate Aguinisâ€™ (2012) list of ideal performance management system characteristics in the context of a different organisation, one that does not have any kind of formal performance management system in place. To prepare for this Individual Assignment: â€¢ Review case 1.1 in your textbook (Aguinis, 2012), which presents a set of â€˜idealâ€™ characteristics for a performance management system. To complete this Individual Assignment: â€¢ In 1,500 words, prepare a critical evaluation of Aguinisâ€™ (2012) list of ideal performance management system characteristics that you used in your Week 5 Assignment. â€¢ In your evaluation, consider whether this list incorporates all of the important features and success factors you have reviewed in this module, in sufficient detail, for a Human Resources leader to be able to use it effectively in improving an existing performance management system. Recommend changes to the list, or explain why no changes are necessary. â€¢ As part of your evaluation, formulate a â€˜test caseâ€™ organisation that does not have any kind of formal performance management system in place. Discuss the potential costs and benefits to this organisation of implementing a performance management system that adheres to these characteristics. â€¢ Incorporate ideas and concepts from your readings and further research to support your arguments. This assignment is graded. See the rubric for specific grading criteria. Submit your Assignment. Learning Resources Aguinis, H. (2012) Performance management, 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. â€¢ Chapter 10, â€˜Reward systems and legal issuesâ€™ Armstrong, A. & Baron, A (2004) Managing performance: performance management in action, 2nd ed. London: CIPD. â€¢ Chapter 7, â€˜Performance management and rewardsâ€™, pp.103-114 Managing Performance: Performance Management in Action, 2nd Edition by Armstrong, A.; Baron, A. Copyright 2004 by Charted Institute of Personnel and Development. Reprinted by permission of Charted Institute of Personnel and Development via the Copyright Clearance Center. Mujtaba, B. G. & Shauaib, S. (2010) â€˜An equitable total rewards approach to pay for performance managementâ€™,Journal of Management Policy and Practice, 11 (4), pp.111-121.
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