Expectations, Work Planning, and Performance Reviews
The cycle of performance management consists of spelling out expectations, driving organizational development through work planning, and providing feedback and measurements of performance by means of periodic formal reviews. There is no more important thing a general manager can do to drive desired outcomes than to prepare detailed work plans for subordinate managers and hold them strictly accountable for results.
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