Performance Management

Performance Management : Multidisciplinary Perspectives

By (author) Professor Richard Thorpe , By (author) Jacky Holloway

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There is a plethora of research findings from management and social science, all offering prescriptions for better performance management. However, the complexities and ambiguities of how performance might be understood in single complex organisations often have multiple causes that discipline approaches may not fully address. This book develops our understanding of performance management from a multi-disciplinary perspective. In so doing it traces the evolution of how performance has come to be understood and explores how we might integrate thinking through inter-disciplinary research, informed by management practice.

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  • Hardback | 358 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 30mm | 557.92g
  • 15 Apr 2008
  • Palgrave USA
  • Palgrave MacMillan
  • Gordonsville
  • English
  • Revised.
  • 1, black & white illustrations
  • 1403947619
  • 9781403947611
  • 992,760

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RICHARD THORPE is professor of Management Development at Leeds University Business School and with Jacky Holloway and Tony Beasly a founding member of the British Academy of Management's Performance Management Special Interest Group. His research interests have focused on the behavioural implications of payment systems, their design and their effectiveness. More recently he has extended his intent to include the evolution of business knowledge particularly in the SME sector of the economy. JACKY HOLLOWAY is a Senior Lecturer in Management at the Open University Business School, and founding member of the British Academy of Management's Performance Management Special Interest Group. Her research interests focus on the impact of performance measurement and improvement practices on organisational outcomes. She has developed materials for all of the Business School's teaching programmes and has chaired a number of course teams including an MBA elective on Performance Measurement and Evaluation. She has a background in National Health Service and trade union administration.

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