E-Performance Systems: A Method of Measuring Performance


Organizations are looking for solutions to manage and maximize the performance of their workforce. They recognize that there has been a shift in the business environment from a tangible asset economy to an intangible asset economy. The value of a company is comprised of employee knowledge, brand, and intellectual capital rather than inventories, goods, and machinery. As a result of this, organizations are relying on the technological solutions to monitor and improve employee performance and productivity. Several technological solutions such as Electronics Performance Management Systems (e-PMS) are being used by many organisations to monitor the performance. This paper attempts to assess the impact of e-PMS in the organisational change. A model is proposed based on empirical results. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2779-6.ch004

DOI: 10.4018/jwp.2011010104

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@article{AlRaisi2011EPerformanceSA, title={E-Performance Systems: A Method of Measuring Performance}, author={Abdulaziz Al-Raisi and Saad Amin and Saad Tahir}, journal={IJWP}, year={2011}, volume={3}, pages={50-57} }