Reviewing: Alternative Performance Management Systems
September 24, 2019 - September 26, 2019
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Early Eagle Rate:
September 10, 2019
Reviewing people is to measure and evaluate their performance with the organizational goals in mind. The idiom used for reviewing and evaluating people is to "size them up." More often than not, rather than using quantitative "sizers," very qualitative assessments are made. "He's okay…She does the work well…He shows initiative…She has a very pleasant personality."
Performance goes beyond the efforts exerted by the employee. Performance measures the actual outputs, end results and outcomes delivered by the people because they are competent, committed and highly participative. They deliver the deliverables. They satisfy and delight customers. They generate sales. They impact positively on the lives of beneficiaries. They produce good bottom line results. They yield commendable returns. They bring prestige, honor and good will to the organization. Performance measures are quantified attainments of the vision, mission and objectives set.
Who should attend
Professional HR practitioners;
Entrepreneurs (with more than two employees)
This program aims to enhance and deepen the knowledge and understanding of the HRM functions and is primarily intended for professional HR practitioners and entrepreneurs who see the need to strengthen their people management skills.
I. Designing Performance Management Systems
II. Evaluating and Selecting the Most Appropriate PMS
III. Developing Performance Metrics to Achieve Desired Results
IV. Cascading Institutional Metrics to Departmental, Team and Individual Levels
V. Performance Management Reviews
VI. Performance Improvement Programs
Dr. Eduardo "Edmo" A. Morato Jr. is concurrently the chairman of ACE Center for Entrepreneurship, the partner organization of AGSB for the ME program, and chairman and president of Bayan EDGE, Bayan Academy and SEARCH. He is also an Eminent Fellow at the Development Academy of the Philippines.
His body of work, which include over 500, numerous monographs and thought pieces, encompasses his 50 years of service to education, public administration and civil society while actively engaging in consultancy, research, and training services for private corporations and government agencies. Writing books, cases and monographs is his way of sharing his copious knowledge and experience as an educator, development manager and management guru.