Performance Management Guide
John Spacey, July 02, 2017
Performance management is the process of planning, monitoring, reviewing and evaluating the performance of organizations, teams, vendors, partners, employees and other individual contributors such as volunteers or contractors. This is often a process of agreeing to objectives for a period and reviewing the completion of those objectives at the end of the period. The following are common performance management terms.
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