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Running Head : GEARY RUMMLER : CONTRIBUTIONS & CONFLICTING IDEOLOGIES IN THE FIELD OF PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT 1

@inproceedings{Rummler2011RunningH,
  title={Running Head : GEARY RUMMLER : CONTRIBUTIONS \& CONFLICTING IDEOLOGIES IN THE FIELD OF PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT 1},
  author={Geary A. Rummler and Olajiwon K. McCadney},
  year={2011}
}
Geary Rummler worked with clients in both the public and private sectors to improve organizational results. Some of the important concepts Rummler revolutionized into a comprehensive framework that this paper will concentrate on include: the human performance system, levels of performance, the nine performance variables, managing the organizational white space, the systems approach to training, performance analysis and consulting. This research paper will focus on three major contributions by… Expand

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