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Perceptions of Performance Management Among Managers, HR and Executives

Organizational development of performance management systems help to create results focused companies. Even though the benefits of these programs can be apparent different layers of management have varying degrees of commitment. Understanding how layers of management perceive the issues surrounding performance management can be beneficial in helping executives both design and implement such systems. Performance management and appraisal process often suffer from a lack of continuity of purpose throughout the organization. There are almost no clear agreements on the outcomes of performance management and the appraisal process in its overall contribution to organizational success (Aberdeen Group, 2007). Each layer of management appears to have different opinions on how these systems help the organization and may be utilizing them in divergent manners. Proper performance management encourages higher levels of organizational effectiveness. Organizational effectiveness is seen as