Performance Management – Developmental or Administrative
A continuous process of identifying, measuring and developing the performance of not only individual employees but also the teams they operate in.
- Aims to align the performance of the individual employee, or team, with the goals of the business
Developmental performance management is when a the skills and abilities of team member are developed in a particular area or in a particular aspect of work, through coaching and training.
Administrative performance management allows human resources managers to plan training, development, pay levels and performance targets. It often:
- Requires sophisticated computer software
- Involves keeping extensive records of employee performance
- Provides the tools needed to develop a long-term relationship with an employee
- Involves a range of feedback.
Extract from Business Studies Stage 6 Syllabus. © 2010 Board of Studies NSW.