Thesis / Dissertation

Evaluation for Evidence-Based Performance Management: Understanding and Measuring Performance Managers’ Perceptions

Hadeel Al-Nawab, John Hattie (ed.)

Published : 2020


A common claim is that high-performing organizations use evidence-based practice to manage staff performance, herein called performance management. The literature showed that the implementation of performance management policies is crucial because even well-designed performance management models fail if they are not implemented as intended (Armstrong, 2015). Given that behavior can be mediated by perception, this thesis focused on the perceptions held by implementers of performance management that might mediate their implementation of performance management policies. This is important because, despite the research on evidence-based performance management, there remains a gap in understanding..

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