1.1 Explain The Use Of Benchmarks In Managing Performance Analysis

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Kerry Ogden Unit 1 1.1 Explain the use of benchmarks in managing performance Benchmarking is the process of comparing one's business processes and performance metrics to industry bests or best practices from other companies. Benchmarking is used to measure performance using a specific indicator resulting in a metric of performance that is then compared to others. 1.2 Explain a range of quality management techniques to manage team performance There are a large number of techniques that can be used to manage quality. A few examples include  Customer surveys  Performance measures and standards.  Benchmarking  Process analysis and re-engineering  Continuous improvement  Employee involvement  People development…show more content…
The best allocation is when work fully fits: Capabilities of team member - they have all powers and instruments to effectuate the allocated work dynamically, seamlessly and on-time. Interests of team member - they feels enthusiastic and motivated about the assignment. He has no pressing competing tasks preventing him from being effective. Ambitions of team member - they are ready to reveal their talents, ideas and strength on this job. Competency - includes a range and depth of professionalism making a person capable of doing certain works. When a person is competent to do certain job, this means he/she possesses the required scope of skills, expertise and knowledge satisfying the requirements for completing that work. Weighing competency of employees is what often done when allocating work in the team. This conception may usually imply the following sub-qualities: Accountability - moral strengths making a person reliable and accurate. Authority - managerial value enabling a person to make decisions, be followed, and act on certain matters without additional…show more content…
Weekly team meetings provide an opportunity for team members to share their progress, challenges and concerns about the project. They also provide an opportunity for redirecting project tasks and reassigning work if necessary. In addition to the issue of task reassignments, team meetings create a scheduled format for creative brainstorming and problem solving. Team effectiveness is dependent upon many things, including a shared vision of the team’s goals and objectives, and a sense of belonging. Team meetings serve to keep all members engaged, thus avoiding unintentional alienation of any
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