Employees’ Perception towards Organizational Success through Performance Management System

Dr. Umesh Maiya ., Dr. M.V. Krishnamurthy ., Mr. Sukhesh P .


Since the success of Performance Management System (PMS) depends very much on the human factor, an attempt was made to study the overall Perception of the employee’s towards implementation of PMS and organization success through PMS, IT sectors in Karnataka State. An analysis of findings indicates that 66%of the respondents opined that implementation of PMS is a must, 10.9% of them   opined that it is necessary, 7.8% of them   opined that it is not necessary and 15.2% of them opined that it is not at all necessary. Chi-Square Test shows that there is significance difference in the amount of responses         (p<0.0001). So it is concluded that implementation of PMS is a must in the organization. However, we should also take into consideration that almost one-forth of the respondents oppose the presence of PMS, which is relatively a high proportion. The overall percentage Mean 76.19 denotes good perception towards organization success. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) shows that there is a significant difference (p<0.001, HS) in perception among the various components of organizational success. In other words, components such as PMS is better than traditional performance appraisal, PMS aims at introducing innovative technology and methods to achieve organizational goal, PMS is effective in an organization and a good employee performance appraisal system is a pre-requisite for an effective PMS, contributes higher mean perception than PMS is only an alternative for management success, PMS helps in reducing strain, de-motivation and conflicts among employees  and PMS is implemented and followed properly. The overall percentage Mean 76.19 denotes very good perception towards organizational success. So perception towards organizational success is positive as 76.19% falls in the category of 75% to 100%.


Performance Management system, Organizational success, Employee perception

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