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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 04

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 01

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 01
... developing the performance of individuals and teams and aligning performance with the strategic goals of the organization A Strategic planning B Performance management C Reward system D Performance. .. implementation of performance management systems in China? (Suggested points: 2, [1.11]) 21 Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter Answers 1.1 F: A performance. .. incentive 1.45 A performance management system serves a developmental purpose by using performance feedback to allow individuals to learn about their strengths and weaknesses, by identifying training
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 03

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 03
... Well-designed performance management systems define a clear path from organizational mission, vision, and goals to individual and team performance (Suggested points: 2, [3.3]) 3.13 Performance management. .. (Suggested points: 2, [3.3]) 3.14 HR support is sufficient for a successful performance management system; employee and top management buy-in is not necessary (Suggested points: 2, [3.16]) Multiple-Choice... and vision of the unit and organization T T F: HR, employee, and management buy-in are all necessary for successful performance management systems B B C D B D B B D B D D A B D C C A D D C 48
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 04

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 04
... following performance facets must be considered to understand performance? A Task performance and results B Declarative knowledge and procedural knowledge C Contextual performance and results D Task performance. .. [4.3]) 4.38 Performance consists of both task and contextual dimensions Please define each type of performance, and explain whether companies should focus on task performance, contextual performance, ... behaviors that contribute to the organization’s effectiveness by providing a good environment in which task performance can occur A Contextual performance B Results C Declarative knowledge D Procedural
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 05

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 05
... performance is compared to all other employees’ performance D Relative percentile method asks raters to consider all ratees at the same time and to estimate the relative performance of each by. .. Finally, a performance standard is a yardstick used to evaluate how well employees have achieved each objective Performance standards provide information on acceptable and unacceptable performance. .. about 10 percent will fall under the “underperformance” category 5.51 Absolute performance measurement systems compare employees with prespecified performance standards, using the following approaches:
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 06

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 06
... with tools that will allow them to implement the performance management system effectively C.To introduce raters to an overall view of performance management systems FF.To give raters an opportunity... outstanding performance or achievements, as well as areas of performance that need improvement Please provide open comments on your employee’s performance Complete each section and list examples of performance. .. weight Areas of Performance Actual Accomplishments Project Management Sales Performance New Clients Client Relationships WeightScore 1 1 2 Technical Expertise Overall Score of Performance 1 W*S
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 07

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 07
... questions such as what is performance management, where does performance management fit in the organization’s strategy, how does everyone benefit from the system, how the performance management system... Prentice Hall Chapter 7.18 _ is the strategy used to gain support for a performance management system that recommends creating a positive attitude toward the new performance management system... effectiveness of their performance management systems Please list and describe five of the indicators (i.e., measures) used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of a performance management system
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 08

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 08
... of the following objectives are objectives of developmental plans? A.Sustain current performance B.Improve performance C.Prepare employees for advancement D.All of the above (Suggested points:... to improve performance A results B teamwork C behaviors D none of the above (Suggested points: 2, [8.6]) 8.25 Successful 360-degree feedback systems offer: A Observation of employee performance. .. developmental plan dictated by the needs of the employee or of the organization? Explain (Suggested points: 2, [8.3]) Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter 8.45 Please
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 09

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 09
... the employee’s behavior and performance rather than assuming that any positive performance has been caused by external forces or that negative performance is caused by internal forces • Observe... documenting performance and she knows how to document performance, she would like guidance on how to run a performance review meeting Please give the general sequence of steps that take place at a performance. .. only negative performance will lead to resentment, and focusing on only positive performance will not give employees the opportunity to improve performance Focus on job-related performance, because
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 10

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 10
... 2, [10. 6]) Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter 10 Answers 10. 1 10. 2 10. 3 10. 4 10. 5 10. 6 10. 7 10. 8 10. 9 10. 10 10. 11 10. 12 10. 13 10. 14 10. 15 10. 16 10. 17 10. 18... 10. 8 10. 9 10. 10 10. 11 10. 12 10. 13 10. 14 10. 15 10. 16 10. 17 10. 18 10. 19 10. 20 10. 21 10. 22 10. 23 10. 24 10. 25 10. 26 10. 27 10. 28 10. 29 10. 30 F: A traditional approach in implementing reward systems... IV: Reward Systems, Legal Issues, and Team Performance Management 10. 31 10. 32 10. 33 10. 34 10. 35 10. 36 10. 37 10. 38 10. 39 D B D B A D C B C 10. 40 Contingent pay (CP) plans may not work
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 11

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 11
... 11. 26 11. 27 11. 28 11. 29 11. 30 C A B D C A D C C D A Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter 11 11.31 B 11. 32 D 11. 33 B 11. 34 B 11. 35 C 11. 36 D 11. 37 The three... complex 11. 17 T 11. 18 F: Individual rewards such as team rewards should also be applicable to all employees, visible, contingent, and irreversible 11. 19 T 11. 20 11. 21 11. 22 11. 23 11. 24 11. 25 11. 26 11. 27... and Team Performance 11. 11 Autonomous teams are solely responsible for performance execution (Suggested points: 2, [11. 5]) 11. 12 During the performance assessment of the performance management
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 01

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 01
... developing the performance of individuals and teams and aligning performance with the strategic goals of the organization A Strategic planning B Performance management C Reward system D Performance. .. implementation of performance management systems in China? (Suggested points: 2, [1.11]) 21 Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter Answers 1.1 F: A performance. .. incentive 1.45 A performance management system serves a developmental purpose by using performance feedback to allow individuals to learn about their strengths and weaknesses, by identifying training
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 03

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 03
... Well-designed performance management systems define a clear path from organizational mission, vision, and goals to individual and team performance (Suggested points: 2, [3.3]) 3.13 Performance management. .. (Suggested points: 2, [3.3]) 3.14 HR support is sufficient for a successful performance management system; employee and top management buy-in is not necessary (Suggested points: 2, [3.16]) Multiple-Choice... and vision of the unit and organization T T F: HR, employee, and management buy-in are all necessary for successful performance management systems B B C D B D B B D B D D A B D C C A D D C 48
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 04

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 04
... following performance facets must be considered to understand performance? A Task performance and results B Declarative knowledge and procedural knowledge C Contextual performance and results D Task performance. .. effectiveness by providing a good working environment 4.47 Task performance and contextual performance differ in the following ways: A Task performance varies across jobs, whereas contextual performance. .. Contextual performance is defined as those behaviors that contribute to the organization’s effectiveness by providing a good environment in which task performance can occur Both task and contextual performance
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 05

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 05
... performance is compared to all other employees’ performance D Relative percentile method asks raters to consider all ratees at the same time and to estimate the relative performance of each by. .. Finally, a performance standard is a yardstick used to evaluate how well employees have achieved each objective Performance standards provide information on acceptable and unacceptable performance. .. about 10 percent will fall under the “underperformance” category 5.51 Absolute performance measurement systems compare employees with prespecified performance standards, using the following approaches:
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 06

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 06
... with tools that will allow them to implement the performance management system effectively C.To introduce raters to an overall view of performance management systems FF.To give raters an opportunity... outstanding performance or achievements, as well as areas of performance that need improvement Please provide open comments on your employee’s performance Complete each section and list examples of performance. .. weight Areas of Performance Actual Accomplishments Project Management Sales Performance New Clients Client Relationships WeightScore 1 1 2 Technical Expertise Overall Score of Performance 1 W*S
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 07

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 07
... questions such as what is performance management, where does performance management fit in the organization’s strategy, how does everyone benefit from the system, how the performance management system... Prentice Hall Chapter 7.18 _ is the strategy used to gain support for a performance management system that recommends creating a positive attitude toward the new performance management system... effectiveness of their performance management systems Please list and describe five of the indicators (i.e., measures) used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of a performance management system
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 08

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 08
... of the following objectives are objectives of developmental plans? A.Sustain current performance B.Improve performance C.Prepare employees for advancement D.All of the above (Suggested points:... to improve performance A results B teamwork C behaviors D none of the above (Suggested points: 2, [8.6]) 8.25 Successful 360-degree feedback systems offer: A Observation of employee performance. .. developmental plan dictated by the needs of the employee or of the organization? Explain (Suggested points: 2, [8.3]) Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter 8.45 Please
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 09

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 09
... the employee’s behavior and performance rather than assuming that any positive performance has been caused by external forces or that negative performance is caused by internal forces  Observe... documenting performance and she knows how to document performance, she would like guidance on how to run a performance review meeting Please give the general sequence of steps that take place at a performance. .. only negative performance will lead to resentment, and focusing on only positive performance will not give employees the opportunity to improve performance Focus on job-related performance, because
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 10

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 10
... 2, [10. 6]) Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter 10 Answers 10. 1 10. 2 10. 3 10. 4 10. 5 10. 6 10. 7 10. 8 10. 9 10. 10 10. 11 10. 12 10. 13 10. 14 10. 15 10. 16 10. 17 10. 18... 10. 8 10. 9 10. 10 10. 11 10. 12 10. 13 10. 14 10. 15 10. 16 10. 17 10. 18 10. 19 10. 20 10. 21 10. 22 10. 23 10. 24 10. 25 10. 26 10. 27 10. 28 10. 29 10. 30 F: A traditional approach in implementing reward systems... IV: Reward Systems, Legal Issues, and Team Performance Management 10. 31 10. 32 10. 33 10. 34 10. 35 10. 36 10. 37 10. 38 10. 39 D B D B A D C B C 10. 40 Contingent pay (CP) plans may not work
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Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 11

Test bank performance management 3rd edition by aguinis chapter 11
... 11. 26 11. 27 11. 28 11. 29 11. 30 C A B D C A D C C D A Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc publishing as Prentice Hall Chapter 11 11.31 B 11. 32 D 11. 33 B 11. 34 B 11. 35 C 11. 36 D 11. 37 The three... complex 11. 17 T 11. 18 F: Individual rewards such as team rewards should also be applicable to all employees, visible, contingent, and irreversible 11. 19 T 11. 20 11. 21 11. 22 11. 23 11. 24 11. 25 11. 26 11. 27... and Team Performance 11. 11 Autonomous teams are solely responsible for performance execution (Suggested points: 2, [11. 5]) 11. 12 During the performance assessment of the performance management
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