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Performance Planning and Review

Making employee appraisals work

Performance Planning and Review by Richard Rudman
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Managing employees' performance is central to the role of every manager. Yet few organisations or managers are satisfied with their performance management systems--and few employees look forward to their performance reviews. This discontent has two main causes: first, employees' performance is often managed in isolation from the plans and targets of the work group or business unit; and, second, the organisation is using inappropriate systems and methods of performance management.

Performance Planning and Review describes how systematic performance management--planning, monitoring, reviewing, rewarding and developing what individual employees and work teams do--is a key to organisational success in today's complex and competitive world. Using practical examples, it outlines the options available to organisations and managers, and discusses how to work out what is best for your organisation.

Performance Planning and Review has been popular with managers, human resources specialists, students and others since its original publication. This new edition has been substantially revised to capture the latest research and good practice, to include extensive coverage of new techniques like 360-degree feedback, and to open up new areas such as performance planning and review for teams.
Allen & Unwin; September 2003
224 pages; ISBN 9781741152159
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Title: Performance Planning and Review
Author: Richard Rudman