Summary and Info
This new edition of an established and successful text includes updates on current practices drawn from the most recent research concerning performance management. Designed as a resource for managers as well as students, this work focuses on real-world scenarios, emphasizing the importance and usefulness of systematic performance management. Using practical examples, it outlines the review options available to both organizations and managers while highlighting the importance of an integrated year-round review process. Comprehensive coverage of new management practices such as 360-degree feedback and team-oriented performance planning and review is provided.
More About the Author
Richard Beebe Dudman (born May 3, 1918) is an American journalist who spent 31 years with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch during which time he covered Fidel Castro’s insurgency in Cuba, the assassination of President John F.
Review and Comments
Rate the Book
Performance Planning & Review: Making Employee Appraisals Work 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.