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A Performance Management Solution: Productivity Measurement and Enhancement System (ProMES)

  • Anne Scaduto (a1), Brendan Hunt (a1) and Daniel Schmerling (a1)

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Pulakos, Mueller Hanson, Arad, and Moye (2015) have stated that performance management (PM) best practices have resulted in the dissatisfaction of employees and managers with PM reviews and systems. The authors have suggested that the focus should be on driving critical PM behaviors that have been shown to increase engagement and performance. Corporate Leadership Council (2004) research demonstrated that increased engagement takes place when PM behaviors such as setting clear expectations, providing regular feedback, and helping employees develop and succeed occur. In addition, effective PM happens when employees are contributing to the process as well.

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Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Anne Scaduto, Federal Management Partners, Inc., 1500 North Beauregard Street, Suite 103, Alexandria, VA 22311. E-mail: scadoots@gmail.com

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  • Anne Scaduto (a1), Brendan Hunt (a1) and Daniel Schmerling (a1)

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