Managing for performance

Show simple item record Nienaber, Hester 2007-06-13T06:09:15Z 2007-06-13T06:09:15Z 2004-09
dc.description This article was written by Dr Hester Nienaber before she joined the University of Pretoria. en
dc.description.abstract Human performance improvement as methodology can assist managers in fulfilling its ultimate responsibility, i.e. the firm’s performance. Performance improvement requires attention to the total performance system, in a methodical way to ensure that the root of deficient performance is uncovered and consequently rectified. en
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dc.identifier.citation Nienaber, H 2004, 'Managing for performance', Management Today, vol. 20, no. 8, pp. 26-27. [] en
dc.identifier.issn 1027-4324
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Richard Havenga & Associates en
dc.rights Richard Havenga & Associates en
dc.subject Business strategy en
dc.subject Business success en
dc.subject Competitiveness en
dc.subject Employees en
dc.subject Human performance en
dc.subject Human resources development en
dc.subject Human Resources Management en
dc.subject Leadership skills en
dc.subject Management development en
dc.subject Organizations en
dc.subject Performance improvement en
dc.subject Performance management en
dc.subject Strategic management en
dc.subject Transformation en
dc.subject.lcsh Management
dc.subject.lcsh Personnel management
dc.subject.lcsh Success in business
dc.title Managing for performance en
dc.type Article en

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