Located in the heart of South East Asia, The Federal Constitutional Monarchy of Malaysia has experienced a steady economic growth during the past 20 years. After the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, Malaysia continued to post solid growth rates, averaging 5.5% per year in the 2000-2008 period.
In 2017, the Performance Magazine editorial team interviewed Dr. Zuraidah Khwaja Kamaluddin, Director of the Strategic Management Office at Universiti Tun Abdul Razak – (UNIRAZAK), Malaysia. Her thoughts and views on Performance Management are presented in great detail below.
Continuous performance management has continued to shake up rigid, traditional Human Resource processes and flexibility is becoming crucial, particularly given the preferences and motivations of Generation Y.
In 2016, the Performance Magazine editorial team interviewed Chua E Long, Senior Vice President/Head of Transformation, Strategy & Transformation at AXA, Malaysia, for the “Performance Management in 2015: ASEAN Special Edition” report. His thoughts and views on Performance Management are detailed below.
In the end, we must recognize that the guiding principle of performance management is not to punish the weak or non-performers, but to allow everyone to perform at their very best.
The Balanced Scorecard is one of the favorite performance measurement tools for a company that wants to measure their results at the organizational level.
Nowadays, due to increasing competition in the business world, most of the firms and organizations are obliged to adjust to new ways of enhancing their performance. This improvement is mainly linked with the implementation of performance management systems, new strategic directions, or important shifts in the strategy of the organization.