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Stretch targets: What makes them effective?

THOMPSON K.R., HOCHWARTER, W.A. & MATHYS, N.J. (1997). Stretch targets: What makes them effective? Academy of Management Executive, vol. 11, numéro 3, p. 48-60. Stretch targets Objectives that force organizations to significantly alter their processes in a way that often

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Employee reactions to performance standards: A review and research propositions

BOBKO, P. & COLLELA, A. (1994). Employee reactions to performance standards: A review and research propositions. Personnel Psychology, vol. 47, p. 1-29. Performance standards should not replace other management tools but used in addition to foster job satisfaction and motivation,

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Employee Performance Appraisal System Participation: A Technique that Works

ROBERTS, Gary E. «Employee Performance Appraisal System Participation: A Technique that Works», Public Personnel Management, Spring 2003, vol. 32, numéro 1, p. 89-97 Main critiques to PA False degree of measurement accuracy Engenders dysfunctional employee conflict and competition Assigns an inordinate amount

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Abolishing Performance Appraisal: Why They Backfire and What to Do About It

COENS, T. & JENKINS, M. (2000) Abolishing Performance Appraisal: Why They Backfire and What to Do About It (Chapter 4: Coaching employees in the new workplace), San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Pub., p. 73-114. Five primary tasks of coaching Guidance and direction

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Managing to overload?

BROWN, M. & BENSON, J., (2005). Managing to overload? Work overload and performance appraisal processes. Group & Organization Management, 30(1), p.99-124. Work overload: Job performance required in a job is excessive or overload due to performance required on the job

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