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Compact case
Published by: Allied Business Academies
Published in: "Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies", 2009

Abstract

Students are provided with a management scenario describing top management’s request to develop and implement a system of performance management in the organization. Students are asked to review the scenario and develop and describe a system of performance management that will lead to enhancing long-term organizational effectiveness. Students should consider both operational and strategic issues, problems, and concerns associated with completing the assignment. To facilitate their analysis, students are provided with brief definitions/explanations/descriptions of performance management, performance appraisal, job analysis, and job descriptions. The primary subject matter of this case concerns developing, implementing, and making operational a performance management system at a small non-profit public agency. This includes the role that strategic management, the management process, and job analysis plays in this process. The case depicts a mid-level manager’s attempt to design a performance management system to be used throughout the organization. This case has a difficulty level of four. It is designed to be taught in one class hour and is expected to take approximately three hours of student preparation time.
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Abstract

Students are provided with a management scenario describing top management’s request to develop and implement a system of performance management in the organization. Students are asked to review the scenario and develop and describe a system of performance management that will lead to enhancing long-term organizational effectiveness. Students should consider both operational and strategic issues, problems, and concerns associated with completing the assignment. To facilitate their analysis, students are provided with brief definitions/explanations/descriptions of performance management, performance appraisal, job analysis, and job descriptions. The primary subject matter of this case concerns developing, implementing, and making operational a performance management system at a small non-profit public agency. This includes the role that strategic management, the management process, and job analysis plays in this process. The case depicts a mid-level manager’s attempt to design a performance management system to be used throughout the organization. This case has a difficulty level of four. It is designed to be taught in one class hour and is expected to take approximately three hours of student preparation time.

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