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◦Identify the components of a well-defined performance management system.
◦How do they tie together to support organizational performance? Explain.
◦Which are most appropriate for Lansing-Smith? Why?
◦How will the new program be communicated to employees? Explain.
◦What type of training will need to be provided for managers? Why?
◦What additional issues or challenges need to be considered with the implementation of this program? Why?

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I am trying to put together a powerpoint presentation. I must have 10 slides address each of these areas, and I really am not understanding the topic. If you could help me with understanding an some ideas on how to present this topic that would be great.

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Your topic is a good performance management system. You should make one or two slides covering each of the points above.

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Thanks Ms. Sue I will do some research and get back to you if I need some more help. I really appreciate it very much.

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You're welcome, Holly.

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