* Describe the organisation’s performance management system.
* Analyse the stages of the PM system against a simple theoretical performance management cycle. * Identify the roles and responsibilities of staff and employees involved in the performance management process * Evaluate how effective the performance management system is in motivating its staff, enabling its staff to improve performance and how effective the performance management system is in the delivering of business performance. You need to research and select a business on which you can analyse its performance management system.Introduction The following report will be analysing and evaluating the performance management of the company B&Q. The analysis will be based on information retrieved from research that will be carried out through different sources e. g. reports.
This will be broken down in sections targeting specific parts of performance management. Firstly there will be a description of B&Q’s performance management system this will entail information based how they assess performance management and how they deal with progression in work and underachievement from employees.In addition to this the selected company’s performance management system will be marked against a general based theoretical performance management cycle. This will show how much their system relates to the basics of performance management and whether or not they implement many of their own personalised performance management techniques or stick to the already proven methods. In addition to this the report will identify the specific roles and responsibilities of the staff at B&Q in the performance management process; this will include managers, supervisors as well as shop floor workers.Conclusively the report will evaluate how effective the performance management system is in motivating its staff, enabling its staff to improve performance and how effective the performance management system is in the delivering of business performance.
Performance management system All Retail stores in general have some sort of performance management system that they use to ensure the performance in their store is up to the correct standards. This can also be used to motivate ‘slackers’ and keep high performers working at high standards consistently to get the most of their employees.