Stephen Robbins

Thus described and dilapidaba to the news and fashion the poet Berthold Auerbach. Excellent appreciation of the German writer, the word respect explicit which nowadays happens with most of the trends – mainly in the field of management and technology. On several occasions, relanzadas with new Indo-Aryan or at least striking names (such as 5S, the 4 p, clouding computing or similar, without diminishing by this academic contributions and/or professionals.), recycle old recipes as new tools or methods and it is easy to fall into the temptation of the novelty that comes to dethrone, or at least simulatea total paradigm shift. Be at the forefront means also pay its cost overruns, not only economic but also their corrections of trial and error. Also means sometimes blindness to their weaknesses and the dazzle incandescent with their strengths. On the other hand, the best thing for an organization, at one end of the globe, in a given society, with certain features of market or culture and with a certain degree of maturity, may not be so for another organization in the other or in the same end, with equal or dissimilar characteristics of market or culture. This issue is addressed in admirably by Stephen Robbins in his book organizational behavior, when it refers to the adaptation of the policies and practices of human resources in different societies, in particular on the performance evaluations: many cultures are not interested in this assessment, or if you are not, not the they believe in the same way that the administrators of United States or Canada conclusions through the dump analysis in this document, it has sought to explore and to analyze the method of performance evaluation, within the framework of the organizations, as a means of identification, measurement and management of the overall performance of the work of their officials. Reading of bibliographic material and informal interviews with colleagues and managers of area of different organizations, generated questions that led to sketch possible answers to real and perceived problems in the use of this tool.

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