TRANSFORMING THE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PROCESS
This is a practical approach to re-engineering the performance management process in order to ensure effectiveness. It deals with the use of performance management in the US and Europe, defines performance management and assesses how well it is doing. It also considers how organizations are changing and the implications of these changes on traditional approaches to performance management. Hartle goes on to outline the steps to be taken to re-engineer the traditional approach into a more effective performance management process. The book draws from case studies of work with cliets around the world. The author stresses that for performance management to be fully effective it has to be a collaborative exercise between managers and staff.