Tovey, Michael, D.; Uren, Mary-Anne, L.; Sheldon, Neroli, Ena
Increasing global competition, combined with shrinking budgets, are forcing managers to find new ways of operating. To compete successfully, companies must now use technology and resources (particularly human resources) to their full potential. Much of the research in the area of performance management has suggested that, while it has great potential to contribute dramatically to the bottom line, it rarely works.
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