Performance Management

Theory and Practice

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Edition: 1st
Publication Date: August 2013
Pages: 344
Format: Book

ISBN13: 9781843983057

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The essential core text for any student taking a performance management module at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

- The only text designed for and completely mapping to the CIPD advanced Performance Management module.

- Critical, academic and theoretical-balanced with examples that demonstrate how to apply learning in practice.

- Does not neglect the public sector - examples from a range of sectors and sizes of organisation, reflecting reality.

- An international perspective with case studies and examples from around the globe and a dedicated chapter on this.

- Excellent range of student-friendly learning features and online resources to fully engage students with the subject.

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Contents
Chapter 1: Setting the Scene: HRM and Performance
Chapter 2: Strategic Performance Management
Chapter 3: Motivation at Work
Chapter 4: The Role of Line Managers in Managing Performance
Chapter 5: Defining and Measuring Individual Work Performance
Chapter 6: Performance Appraisal and Feedback
Chapter 7: Integrating Learning and Performance
Chapter 8: Performance-related Rewards
Chapter 9: Managing Under-Performance
Chapter 10: Absence Management
Chapter 11: International Performance Management
Chapter 12: Developing Performance Management
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Authors
Sue Hutchinson
Sue Hutchinson is 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 advisor for the CIPD and industrial relations advisor in the paper industry.


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