In all Human Resource Management functions Performance Management (PM) is the most critical function for all organizations intending to enrich the worth of the Human Capital. PMS is the current buzzword for organizations to survive in current competitive and global work environment. This book begins with the essential concepts and frameworks for understanding Human Resource Management and then goes on to discuss Performance Management in the organization context. It deals with performance management processes including topics such as Recruitment, Induction, Training and Development, Performance Management System and Employee Exit by extensively using flowcharts and diagrams for facilitating easy grasping of the concepts. The book elaborates the challenges involved and strategies to be adopted to meet them. The book concludes with a chapter on non performance and suggestions for overcoming it. The book is relevant for managers, professionals, students and scholars of personnel and human resource management. Aspiring HR professionals can learn how these practices can be successfully developed and implemented.
Consumer Durable Electronics Industry in India is playing a very crucial role in the nation’s economy and in the cultural & social changes. Because of the revenue generated by this industry and the role it plays in the developing nation like India, it becomes more important that companies adopt world class HR Best practices to run the industry smoothly. Performance Management System (PMS) is one such HR area which has huge scope for improvement in the current practices that the companies have adopted. This book is an effort to pursue exploratory study on performance appraisal system (PAS) practices in the consumer durable electronics industry in India & to have comparative analysis on different parameters of PAS between Indian companies and foreign/ multinational companies. The outcome suggests that PAS practices adopted by foreign / MNC companies are better than the practices adopted by Indian companies. The study also includes the proposed model of PMS as suggested by the author, which has received very positive response from the industry practitioners. This book is very useful for HR practitioners in industry, for academicians and for management students.
Organisations today, believe that every individual has potential and strength and human capabilities could be sharpened, developed and utilised better for achieving Organisational Goals. It is, therefore, very important to assess employees' performance formally and to have a set of follow-up systems that are designed to solve any problems that might inhibit a good performance. Now-a-days, the Performance Management Systems are widely recognised as a Key Business Strategy for creating performance-driven culture in the organisation and in turn, for driving strong business results. In view of this, need felt to undertake the research work related to recent trends in Performance Appraisal Systems and Practices followed in the renowned Organisations. This book, therefore, provides the aspects such as purpose, essentials, benefits and process of Good Performance Appraisal System & Practice and its effectiveness. The study and analysis would certainly help HR Fraternity for introducing and developing the Performance Management Systems in their Organisations.
This work is to suggest an IP based Patient Monitoring System (PMS) with an Open Architecture Approach Theory (OAAT). The PMS is based on latest buses connectivity, especially by using the TCP/IP protocol suite as an internal bus instead of the traditional design like HPIB, Profi-bus and CAN bus etc. The TCP/IP protocol suite is easily available in very cheap price, so it is good approach to use TCP/IP protocol suite as internal bus for reducing the cost effectiveness. The TCP/IP protocol suite based architecture systems are capable to upgrade the PMS’s firmware and software through dedicated TCP/IP protocols suite via open communication network.
The present research work has focused on the way PMS is implemented in a public sector organization i.e NTPC. The new ideology in doing research survey on PMS in the organization has resulted in identification of three new dimensions namely PMS Transparency, PMS Implementation and PMS Evaluation, which intern helped to measure PMS effectiveness in the organization. Different variables are identified, studied and comparisons are made by using the appropriate statistical tools to measure the PMS Effectiveness in RSTPS. The present descriptive study has completely focused on the relevant areas of PMS like Performance Appraisal which is a part of PMS. Finally conclusions were drawn based on which the suggestions were also made to gain more effectiveness in PMS in the organization. The organization is advanced in adopting the change and the same is not a tough task i.e.to focus on the suggestions made as PMS in the organization is at early-growth stage. This research study further provides the deep insight for budding researchers who are in the same field.
To compete and to remain at the top of the ladder inthis era of cut throat competition, it is very muchimportant for the organizations to effectively managetheir resources. As one of the key resource anyorganizations, is the manpower. But at the same timemany organizations commit the blunder of neglectingthis key resource. It is imperative that in today’stime not only this resource should be managedproperly but also timely up gradation in terms ofknowledge and skill should be imparted. This book isan endeavor in that direction. The key essence ofthis book is the training process effectiveness. Thisbook looks into various critical aspects of training.The text is supplemented with adequate statisticaltools to show the final results. In order to competesuccessfully, globally organizations are taking thehelp of information systems. Even the Indianorganizations can not afford to work in samerudimentary fashion. Indian organizations have toadopt the concept of information systems to sustainin this dynamic environment. Considering these factsthis book presents a comprehensive information systemmodel for training by taking into account all therelevant factors.