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An effective Employee Performance Evaluation (EPE) program should be planned carefully so that it encompasses not just the design of a new rating system, but also a comprehensive approach to the evaluation process that will root, grow, and flourish as the enterprise's management philosophy.

This research note takes an in-depth look at creating an EPE program for the enterprise. Key topics discussed include:

  • The definition of EPE, why it's used, and prerequisites to successful implementation of the program.
  • Different EPE techniques widely used at enterprises.
  • Barriers to the success of EPE programs.
  • Tactical recommendations for EPE program implementation.

If implemented correctly, an EPE program holds much promise for aligning IT with the business and dramatically improving efficiencies.

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Search Code: 8343
Published: April 3, 2009
Last Revised: April 3, 2009


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