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Performance Management System : Report

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PERFORMANCEMANAGEMENT SYSTEMPORTFOLIO
TABLE OF CONTENTSPERFORMANCE management system portfolio...........................................................................3Importance of job analysis..............................................................................................................3Measuring behaviour and results.....................................................................................................4Employee development....................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PORTFOLIOThe performance management is a systematic process which helps the organizations inmeasuring the strategies adopted by it. Thereby it aids the management in planning of a processand monitoring it so as to measure and make a review of performance against the set criteria.This ensures productivity, better efficiency and also higher effectiveness in the workperformance. The present report has laid a focus on the performance management system wheresignificance of analysing a job has been discussed (Morrow Jr, MoodDisch & Kang, 2015).Further, on this basis, an ideal job has been created along with required skills and abilitiesneeded in that particular job. Apart from this, there is a discussion over the results that thisperformance management exerts on employees and on the organisation as a whole. In addition tothis, the report will talk about connection between employee development and its outcome inpositive and negative sense.IMPORTANCE OF JOB ANALYSISThe job analysis is an important task which is executed by business firms as it furnisheswith a number of information vital for company (Taticchi, Tonelli & Cagnazzo, 2010, pp.4-18).It is a procedure which involves a number of activities like collecting, recording and generatingall information into a meaningful data so as to retrieve significant matter from it. These data areprocessed which provides the information about different skills, knowledge, job related roles andresponsibilities etc. so that a person can be recruited and can be allotted the work accordingly. Inaddition to this, it also gives information about the required experience, qualifications and othercharacteristics which are helpful in identifying the persons who can execute the tasks relayed tothat job efficiently. Zairi, (2012) has stated that a job analysis has an important role in therecruitment process, evaluating jobs and performance as well as in designing compensationpackages or training plans. Many of the business institutes use the job analysis tools at the timeof recruitment and selection process so that a right person can be selected for right job bymatching his skills, educational qualifications etc. Baghsorkhi, Delahaye & Hwu, 2010, pp. 105-114 has argued that the role of job analysis is much more vital in analysing the performance ofindividuals. Here, the major work is to set some standard for performances so that actual
performance of staff can be measured against it (Aguinis, 2009). Thus, the enterprise can easilydecide upon that the determined goal has been achieved or not. On other hand, the job analysis isalso important for assessing the need for training. If the actual outcome does not match with thefixed standard, it shows the need of arranging training activities for workers. According toSundaresan & De Donatoand Pescapè, (2011, pp. 134-145), job analysis is helpful in decidingupon the wages for employees. The work which involves more complexities and challenges arepaid at higher level while those jobs which are of routine nature and requires less proficienciesare paid at comparatively lower level. In addition to this, there is a need of job redesigning whichcan also be done through this process only.The job role of a general manager in any organisation is full of different complex tasksand responsibilities that require a large amount of experience, high level of educationalqualifications and skill sets that can help a person in managing a number of activities within acompany.The role of general manager is to monitor the activities of a company, plan outdifferent strategies and also arrange meetings with officials for taking vital decisions related toexpansions, development of new product etc.TasksThe major tasks that are generally supposed to be fulfilled by a general manager are:supervising all different operations of business daily.Creating sound policies and strategies for firm, arranging for good level of recruitmentand selection processTaking care of staff and their grievancesReporting about corporate affairs to the board of directors and other higher officialsEvaluating performance of workers (Franco-Santos, Lucianetti & Bourne, 2012, pp.79-119).SkillsTo do all these works, general manager requires a set of skills that compose of:High technical skills.Leadership abilityProblem solving skillQuick and right decision making ability
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