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HRM 300 Week 5 DQ 1
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The purposes of having an effective performance management system within an organization are feedback, development, and documentation. DeCenzo and Robbins (2007) states that, “Without proper two-way feedback about and employees’ effort and its effect on performance, we run the risk of decreasing his or her motivation” (p. 256). Performance management can help identify important strategy advantages or areas of need that can be acquired by the workers before the competition. Therefore, the results of a company are strongly determined by the ability to convey leaders and align individual performance goals with the strategic objectives of the business. 

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