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August 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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There is a saying that goes: “What you cannot measure, you cannot manage. What you cannot manage, you cannot improve.” It is for this reason that most companies implement a performance management system. Performance management is a process for establishing a shared understanding about what is to be achieved, how it is to be achieved, and an approach to managing people that increases the probability of achieving success. The goal of a good performance management system is to work towards the improvement of the overall organizational performance while ensuring productivity and the wellbeing of its employees. By analyzing strengths, learning from areas for improvement, and examining potential growth and development, organizations can develop talent, enhance individual performance, and weed out problems as needed. An effective performance management encourages reward and recognition and boost employee engagement and productivity.

Program Objectives:
At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:
• Learn the objectives of an effective performance management system
• Understand the performance management framework
• Discuss the critical success factors of a performance management tool
• Learn to create an appropriate performance management system

Program Outline:
1) Introduction: Overview of the PMS
• What is a Performance Management System
• Objectives of the PMS
• Performance Management Framework
• Linkages to other HR Systems
2) Critical Success Factors of the PMS
• Alignment of individual goals to corporate goals
• Simplicity and user-friendliness
• Measurement objectivity
• Tool effectiveness
3) Why the Performance Management System sometimes fail
• Integration Problems
• Administration Issues
• Instrument-Related Problems
• Rater and Ratee Problems
• Frequency of Appraisal
4) The Balanced Scorecard
• What is a Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
• The Four Perspectives of the BSC
• Components of the BSC
• Creating the BSC
• Measurement and Evaluation
• Sample of how the BSC is applied in organizations

Registration fees
ECOP member PhP1,490.00
Non-ECOP member PhP2,490.00

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You may get in touch with the following contact details for inquiries:

ECOP Training and Development: ecoptnd@gmail.com
ECOP Ecampus: ecampus@ecop.org.ph


August 5
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:


ECOP e-Campus
ZOOM Appilcation


ECOP Training
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