Jawaria Andleeb Qureshi, Asad Shahjehan*, Zia-ur-Rehman and Bilal Afsar
Many organizations install Performance Management Systems (PMS) formally and informally in their organizations, with the motivation to achieve better organizational results. In practice, organizations have difficulty in implementing a performance management system because its different dimensions are not taken into considerations enough. This article describes the findings of a comparative analyses conducted between a standard performance management model and performance management systems as applied by Local Development Organization (LDO). Data was collected from 50 employees of the organization with a Cronbach Alpha (0.935). Results identified barriers to implementation of effective PMS, also recommendations and viable solutions are presented.
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