This is an assignment paper that discusses the CIPD Assessment Activity on introduction of a new performance management system into an organization.
CIPD Assessment Activity on introduction of a new performance management system
Activity 1 (2,000 words)
A new performance management system introduction into an organisation.
You are asked to produce a report to enable the HR Director to make a presentation to the board. The Director has asked you to research and include in your report:
A description of at least two purposes of performance management in addition to their relationships to business objectives. Then, an explanation of at least three components of performance management systems.
- An explanation of the relationship between motivation and performance management with reference to at least 2 motivational theories.
- An explanation of at least two purposes of reward within a performance management system.
- Identification and explanation of at least three components of a total reward system, one of which should be non-financial.
- Identification and explanation of at least four factors that need to be considered when managing performance, both good and bad.
- A description of at least two sources of data (1 of which should be external to the organisation) required by individuals involved in performance and reward management processes.
- An explanation of the frequency, purpose and process of performance reviews.
Prepare for and conduct a performance review meeting. However, the performance review is to be videoed. Your review meeting will be observed by an assessor and recorded using the observation record.
Activity 3 (400 words)
Write a reflective statement, in which you:
- reflect on the outcomes of the performance review meeting
- reflect on your own performance in conducting that meeting
- record 2 key learning points, to develop review meetings in the future.
1. Be able to explain the link between organisational success, performance management and motivation.
2. Be able to explain the relationship between performance management and reward.
3. Be able to contribute to effective performance and reward management in the workplace.
4. Be able to conduct and reflect upon a performance review.