The purpose of a well designed performance management system should be to channel and motivate employees to concentrate their energies on value added performance the extent to which an organization achieves this outcome depends upon the design and structure of its performance management system. Performance management systems and structure opens by explaining and differentiating the 13th and 14th divisions of the apa a brief history of industrial organizational io psychology will occur. Companies use performance management systems to evaluate employees efficiency at work and ability to perform certain tasks either by automated or human processes these systems come in many varieties and every company will tailor its performance management system to fit its specific needs however there are . Performance management can be regarded as a systematic process by which the overall performance of an organization can be improved by improving the performance of individuals within a team framework it is a means for promoting superior performance by communicating expectations defining roles within a required competence framework and
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