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Interim survey report on individual performance management process

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This is a global survey to establish, the importance of managing an individuals performance, attitudes to same, barriers to effectiveness and priority areas that can be improved by Information …

This is a global survey to establish, the importance of managing an individuals performance, attitudes to same, barriers to effectiveness and priority areas that can be improved by Information technology use.

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  • 1. Advantage NOTE 11 – Interim Survey Results on Individual Performance Management Early Results of a global survey on the effectiveness of Individual performance management and review indicate though 100% or respondent believe individual performance management is highly important in their organisation 15% indicate that it is ineffective in their organisations and 32% attribute that to the effectiveness of their performance manager. 38% of respondents believe the HR department own the Individuals engagement in performance management, while 48% see it as the managers role, only 15% believe it’s the individual themselves. A significant majority of respondents (70%+) indicate there is strong opportunity to improve the process in particular linking of individual goals and KPI’s to the organisations, improved process with reduced paperwork while 93% indicate more use of modern Information Technology can improve outcomes. These are early indicators and the survey is still open, please complete the survey if you have not already done so by following this link. http://svy.mk/18V1KLO Interim Survey Report (@Note 11) For more information: www.intelligentorg.com “Advantage” Book by Declan Kavanagh available on Amazon, Kindle, Smashwords, advantage-book.com