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20th July 2014 From Oman, Muscat
Thanks for sharing something worthwhile. Since the subject of Performance Management System (PMS) is close to my heart, I read this post avidly. While the KPIs that you have designed are good, however, I have some observations against Sl No 3. These are as below:
a) % of employees that fully execute their Individual Development Plan (IDP): - Mere execution of IDP in itself cannot be the KPI. Yes there is measurable component in this KPI however, essence of KPI lies in measuring the change. Therefore, we should measure change cause by execution of the IDP.
b) % of employees that participate in career coaching program: - This KPI is again similar to the above KPI. Measuring just the attendance of the career coaching program carries no meaning. You should measure change because of this coaching program. What if the employees attend the career coaching programme but no change happens?
For Regina: - You need to institute comprehensive Performance Management System (PMS) in your company. For this you should study system and process of each department and design the measures. It is much easier said than done as it requires immence expertise to do this.
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Dinesh V Divekar
20th July 2014 From India, Bangalore