case study employee engagement and performance appraisal operations management min 750 words
Employee engagement, sometimes referred to also as stakeholder engagement, is a relatively new term to organizations. It was first used in a 1990 Academy of Management article (Ergle, 2015). Even today there may not be a clear definition of stakeholder engagement, but there are many various ones. â€œFormer General Electric CEO Jack Welch has stated that employee engagement should come first, with customer satisfaction and free cash flow coming in second and third, respectivelyâ€ (Mello 2015).
Review the attached PDF: Anand, P. (2011). Case study on employee engagement and performance appraisal: ITC Maurya. Review of Management, 1(2), (83-88).
Through research from academic and scholarly resources, determine, analyze and evaluate the following elements:
- Analyze the three levels of employee engagement (pg. 84-85) discussed in the article
- Create an optimal motivational approach by combining two motivational theories that you as a leader of the organization would use to build a positive and productive culture from these three levels of employee engagement.
- Apply the five performance perspectives (pg. 87) to an evaluation of employee performance within your organization (or a former one).
The paper should contain the following APA formatted elements:
- Title Page
- Body of the essay
- References Section (At least 3)