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The concern for high productivity in industrial organizations is universal, and is the desire of every manager. In the world of globalization there is lot of competition in the market also there is competition among different organizations and same organization having similar product and also within the organization. The overall success of each and every organization is depending upon the quality of employees. How successful the organization will be told by the employees on the success of or growth of that company’s employees (Kumbhar 2011). Human beings are considered as an important asset of every organization. It is a duty of every organization to motivate the employees and influence the behavior of the employees through performance management system. The manufacturing sector in Nigeria has suffered setbacks which are largely attributed to ineffective and inefficient management. Performance management is a tool which focuses on managing the individual and work environment in such a manner that an individual/team can achieve set organizational goals. Performance management is described “as a systematic process for improving organizational performance of individuals and teams. It is a means of getting better results by understanding and managing performance within an agreed framework of planned goals, standard and competency requirement. Armstrong (2006: 495) Performance management is also considered as “a systematic and holistic (all-embracing) process of work planning, monitoring and measurement aimed at continuously improving the teams and --individual employee’s contribution to achievement of organizational goals”. Akata (2003:14). The profitability of organizations can directly be linked to the performance of their managers, and it is in line with this link that Kanter (1982) and Nwachukwu (1992), also see company productivity as dependent to a great degree on how innovative managers especially middle level managers are, because such managers have their fingers on the paste of operations. This means people are managed as assets not costs. Bradley and Taylor (1992) categorically state that why capabilities of companies may be enhanced by technology, they rest fundamentally on the efforts of the employees in particular, managers who commit their best energies to corporate endeavours. Infact no company can hope to meet the rising expectations created by intensified competition without productive and creative managers and employees, much less profitable. Managers are keys to making any performance management system work. Armstrong and Baron (1998) contend that so essential is performance management that managers must manage performance as an essential part of their job. Ironically, while all these possibilities exist through management, in Nigeria the bane of business enterprises is under performance. This explains the need for this study on performance management and corporate profitability in the manufacturing companies. We believe that performance management as an integrated process could bring about greater profitability for companies that practice it.

Project detailsContents
Number of Pages107 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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