Components of Organizational Performance
When an organization is in the design stage of a performance management system, it is essential for organizational leaders, including those in HR, to have a clear understanding of the outcomes the organization wishes to achieve. In addition, organizational leaders consider the alignment of the performance management system with the organization’s strategic plan, including its mission and vision, to maintain a consistent and congruent message, and a clear sense of direction to employees.
Take time to review the weekly resources and reflect on your own experiences with organizational performance management. Then, apply what you have learned and explore this week’s Discussion questions with your colleagues.
Post by Day 3 a cohesive and scholarly response, based on and supported by your required readings, media, and research this week. Reflect on your previous work experience in which you have observed and/or taken part in a performance management system, i.e., an integrated system of events with the overarching goal of improving the performance of the whole organization, and address the following:Explain why it is critical for the performance management system to be congruent with the organization’s mission, vision, culture, and strategies.
Examine if there were any gaps in the system alignment to the overall performance of your organization, and explain your conclusions.
Outline how any gaps you identify could have been closed and/or improvements that will help the performance management system’s alignment to the organization.
Analyze how you, as the HR Director, might improve the effectiveness of the organization’s performance management system.