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MBA _compulsory III &IV_ - 57 -

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad

   Revised Course Structure for Master in Business Administration

June 2009

MBA Semester IV     Specialization: - Human Resource Management

Elective OP405C: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Introduction of Performance Management System, Defining Performance Management System - Performance Planning, Performance Coaching and Performance Appraisal Performance Management System and other workforce processes like Career Planning, Compensation Management and Separation Planning, Performance Planning, Linking individual and team goals to organizational goals, Goal Setting Procedure

Performance Appraisal, Definition and Objectives of Performance Appraisal, Process of Performance Appraisal - Self Assessment and its importance Methods of Performance Appraisal - Traditional and Modern, Straight Ranking Method, Paired Comparison Method, Critical Incident Method, Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale

Management by Objectives - Process and Importance, Why Performance Appraisal fails, - Halo Effect, Cultural issues in Performance Appraisal, Managing Expectations, Role of communication in process, How to minimize the effect of causes for failure of Performance Appraisal, Performance Coaching, Performance Appraisal as a Training Need Assessment, Counseling for better performance, Feedback Mechanisms in organizations - Training the superiors to give constructive feedback, Current Trends in Performance Management Systems, Emphasis on Continuous Feedback, 360 Degree - A Debate, Assessment Centers, Use of Technology, Challenges ahead in Performance Management Systems, Potential Appraisal, Assessment Center, System of Pay for Performance, Adhering to Business Plan

Books Recommended:-

1.

R.K. Sahu, Performance Management system, Excel Books, 2007.

2.

T.V. Kao, Appraising& Developing Managerial Performance, Excel Books, 2007.

3.

G.K.Suri, C.S. Venkata Ratnam, N.K. Gupta, Performance Measurement and Management, Excel Book, 2007.

4.

Sarma A.M., Performanc Management systems, Himalaya Publication House, 2008.

5.

Kandula, Performance Management, straltgies, interventions, Drivers, Printice Hall of India, 2007.

6.

Cardy, Performance Management concepts skills & exercise, printice Hall of India 2007.

Note :- At least 10 Case Studies should be taught in class on relevant         

          subject syllabus        

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