Rewards and Performance Management

LP06 Linking the Organizational Rewards to Performance
when a Leadership Practice is not present or working in your organization...
you will not be able to BEST organize your organization

Linking the organizational rewards to performance simultaneously links the organizational-level rewards system to individual performance, the unit performance, and accomplishment of the organization's strategic direction. Each employee understands that his or her total compensation is linked to the success of all three. Success at one level is not enough. Performance at all three levels must be successful. This process ensures consistency between individual rewards and organizational rewards. It ensures Associates that the organization is committed to linking individual performance with personal career and financial growth.

Professor Kenneth Mackenzie, one of the world's leading experts on leadership and organizational design, has defined 29 Leadership Practices (LP) that are essential to a successful organization.

Clearly, competitive advantage is gained when an organization is aligned for success.

The 29 Leadership Practices are the primary "indicators of interest" we use when diagnosing an organization.

When we do an organizational assessment, we know that the absence of the Leadership Practice Linking the Organization Rewards to Performance could affect one or more of the 12 Holonomic Processes (HP):

HP9. Setting Tough and Realistic Performance Standards

HP10. Operating Equitable and Effective Rewards Systems

The 12 Holonomic Processes are the main enabling processes by which the 6 Desired Organizational Characteristics (DOC) are achieved, so the above Holonomic Processes problems could affect

DOC2. Clarity of Structures

DOC3. Clarity of Measurement

DOC4. Successful Goal Achievement

Click here for a detailed description of the 6 Desired Organizational Characteristics [DOC]

Click here for a detailed description of the 12 Holonomic Processes [HP]

Click here for a detailed description of the 29 Leadership Practices [LP]

Remember that this "snapshot" is a preliminary assessment only, designed to illustrate areas where you might have problems.

A full on-line assessment probes in a deeper and more complex manner and provides specific insight and suggestions.

Your Business Will Succeed...

If...

You have The Roadmap for Success

That's What

The Practitioner's Guide for Organizing an Organization
Is All About

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  • PGOO explains how to produce a better-organized organization
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The Organizational Diagnostic Survey On-Line (ODS-OL) we use is the most advanced working technology for assessing organizations and its leadership practices. ODS-OL is based on multiple sources of information. ODS-OL does more than compile and analyze data: ODS-OL will derive conclusions about the results of the assessment and then derive recommendations based on these conclusions.

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