Project #156727 - Performance Management in the Public Sector

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/23/2016 08:00 am

Please review the job assessment you completed in Unit 4 (file attached ). You will be furthering your ability to develop the individual and the institution. Build a performance appraisal of the target of your job assessment. Remember the performance appraisal should be designed to evaluate the performance of the employee as they complete routine tasks. It allows you to rate the standard tasks that are expected and encourage more empowering situations. It should be designed to emphasize ethical behaviors. The performance appraisal will tell you if your subordinate is not meeting, meeting, or exceeding your organizational expectations. The goal is to develop a performance appraisal that provides a certain degree of rigor for professional growth but is also attainable. Employees who do not meet your expectations would be candidates for a professional improvement plan.

Your assignment should:

  • Identify the target of the appraisal
  • Identify the rater’s position
  • Identify the date of the rating
  • Use the below rating scale

1- Excels in Performance

2- Meets Expectations

3- Does Not Meet Expectations

4- Fails to meet performance standards

Establish 10 criteria that you believe should be evaluated.

Example criteria:

  1. Employee meets all expectations as it applies to preparing the department budget
  2. Employee submits proposed budget within required time frame
  3. Employee ensures department meets or exceeds all regulation requirements
  4. Employee recognizes the value of unity and takes action to emphasize the team concept.

See Chapter 11, page 271 for an example of an effective appraisal system, and use this Appraisal Form (use the one attached only)to complete your Assignment.

In addition to fulfilling the specifics of the Assignment, a successful project must also meet the following criteria: Follow APA format for composing your work Length should be 3-5 pages, excluding the title and reference pages; 12 point font Follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.) Writing should be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful Superior content, organization, style, and mechanics are expected Appropriate citation style should be followed.


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