Desired evaluation outcomes, HR Management

What actions can you take to?

  • increase the level of engagement and commitment of the team members?
  • enhance the benefits and make more explicit the unwritten or unspoken aspects of the psychological contract?
  • clarify and involve people in the vision of the organisation (or of the project)?
  • improve the processes or building blocks that underpin the ability of a team to be greater than the sum of its parts?

Task

To what extent does Maslow's theory still apply in today's workplace? Are there any apparent flaws or anomalies?

Task

To what extent does Hertzberg's theory still apply in today's workplace? If you feel there are flaws or anomalies, what might have changed to generate these?

Task

What are your own motivational priorities? Think carefully about your answers and try to test your priorities to make sure that you're not just complying with organisationally correct thinking. Finally, what do you think truly motivates the individuals who work for you?

Task

What purposes underpin your desire to monitor and measure performance in your organisation? What does 'monitoring and measuring' enable you to do?

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What techniques are used in your organisation for measuring performance? What do you see as their relative strengths and weaknesses in terms of delivering desired evaluation outcomes?

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