High Performance Management Practices: Definition and Measurement

Abdul Raziq

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to analyze the definition and measurement of High Performance Management Practices (HPMP). The study analyze the definitions of HPMP that various authors have used in their studies. This study employs four criteria to select the studies for assessing the definitions of HPMP and identifying what practices constitute HPMP. The analyses indicate that recruitment, selection, training, compensation, performance appraisal and employee consultation are the most frequently analyzed practices used in defining and measuring HPMP. Finally based on the analyses, the study concludes with its own working definition of HPMP.

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