Discussion Forums and Reflective Report

Forum 1: What Benefits Can Organisational Performance Management Have for An Enterprise? The first student focused on elaborating performance management as a means of ensuring that personnel performs as expected, and to the level best of their abilities and skills. Further emphasis is put on enterprises evaluating their employees, through constructive criticism and dependable feedback, in a manner that ensures the strategic objectives remain paramount to the activities that the enterprise indulges. It is an ideology that is in the right direction but fails to consider other stakeholders other than the staff. The student goes ahead to elaborate on how performance management systems establish progress through the identification of the challenge. Problems or complications that arise during service delivery, and effectively developing a solution in that regard. The student further acknowledges that complementing good work can empower an employee with the capacity to positively influence their colleagues. In this notion, the consideration of the professional development of the employee is held in high regard. It is a means of ensuring performance management systems are beneficial beyond the achievement of the entrepreneurial goals set by the enterprise (Luu, 2014, p. 602)….

Forum 2: Can the Kaplan And Norton Version of the ‘Balanced Scorecard’ Be of Value to All Organisation, For-Profit and Not For Profit? The student first and foremost clarifies that profit and non-profit enterprises can have different uses for a balanced scorecard. For non-profit organisations, the financial applications involved improving the acquisition and management of funds in a manner that is accordingly appropriate to the bigger portion of their donors, which happen to be profit organisations. The argument here is weak, the case being that the use of a balance score card enables non-profit organisations to understand how profit organisations manage and address the financial expectations at hand. The differences come into what the long-term achievement is. The general SC perspective involves finance, customer, operations, and learning (Luu, 2014, p. 605). Non-profit organisations either put finance on the least priority or learning after operations have been articulated then finance later on. The student fails to elaborate on how the Kaplan and Norton version stands out from other performance management tools and whether it is recommendable. The second student repeats the importance of modern organisational performance management measures…

Forum 3: Can All Organisations (For Profit and Not For Profit) Become More Efficient? The first response begins with a focus on the efficiency attribute that quality performance management systems have…

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