21036 Managing Strategic Performance6cp
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This subject introduces students to the theory and practices utilised to manage the performance of employees in profit and not-for-profit organisations. It establishes the nature and function of the various components of a strategic performance management system and practices (such as 360 performance, pay-for-performance, etc.). It also exposes students to performance management skills and considers the future direction of strategic performance management.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125