“If you could create an environment where the people you were responsible for were happier, why wouldn't you embrace it? Why wouldn't you implement it? This book provides executives with a desktop reference for how to do this every day.”
- Rich Gold, Executive Vice President, M&T Bank
Aubrey C. Daniels & Jon S. Bailey
Already have an earlier version? The latest edition of Performance Management includes these valuable additions:
- References to some 50 new research articles and papers
- Information on how hundreds of organizations have boosted performance by applying the laws of behavior
- A new chapter on behavior-based safety—an alternative to tracking lagging indicators
- A new section on complex and controversial issues in the workplace
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With more than 500,000 copies in print, Performance Management: Changing Behavior that Drives Organizational Effectiveness is the definitive text for explaining the science of behavior and presenting proven research and business and industry examples for applying its principles at work or in the home.
- Updated graphs and examples
- The latest research
- New chapter dedicated to behavior-based safety
- More cartoons and illustrations
Now in its 5th Edition, this decisive text is both a desktop reference for leaders and managers and a tool for academics who desire to fully understand the science of behavior and its application. Dr. Aubrey Daniels and Dr. Jon Bailey partner in this revised classic to deliver updated examples, recent research and a more comprehensive look at behavior-based safety. Now is the time to understand behavior scientifically to effectively manage and produce desired results that positively affect the bottom line.
"Performance Management is one of the most powerful and important books ever written for making businesses and the people in them work better. After reading the book I attended a week long class ADI offers for executives that utilizes this book.
The class was one of the most profound experiences of my professional career. I saw first-hand that there really are laws of behavior and that behavior can be changed. How you change behavior is not intuitive or common sense, it is a science, and when you apply the laws of behavior correctly they work! If all organizations, both public and private, large and small would apply the laws of behavior and the principles in this book in all their operations, the world would work better. OneCare will be working closely with ADI and applying the principles in this book in all we do."
Gary M. Austin, CEO, OneCare, LLC
"Among the millions of articles and books on Leadership and Management, there is only one that I know of that presents a scientific method that actually works. That book is Performance Management: Changing Behavior that Drives Organizational Performance. The book introduces an applied and effective approach to bringing out the best in people and the organizations in which they work. In our Master of Science in Organization Leadership program it is the required text in students’ first course and the concepts presented in that book are revisited in later courses. The perspective students gain makes a difference to them in everything they do. I recommend that everyone in leadership and management become familiar with it."
Peter Bemski, Chair, MBA & MS in Org. Leadership Programs, Regis University
"Kindly keep all of the best-sellers and fads that claim to have cracked the code on effective management. Performance Management is the ultimate guide for managers who seek to understand why people do what they do and how to use that understanding to build high-performing work environments. I not only teach from this text, but I rely on it on the job to help me bring out the very best in my employees."
Richard S. Gold, Executive Vice President, M&T Bank
"I have used Performance Management as the primary reading in my undergraduate organizational psychology course for over 10 years. This class serves both psychology majors and non-majors. Most of my students have had only an Introduction to Psychology course. Some of them have had Organizational Communications and/or Business courses. Very few have had any courses in Behavior Analysis. The students in this class major in Nursing, Spanish, Occupational Therapy, English, Business, Psychology, Sociology, and more. Performance Management (the book and the science) has been very well received by all of these students and will continue to be my go-to source for a quality introduction to behavioral science applied to organizational settings."
Heather M. McGee, Ph.D., Chair Graduate Program in Industrial Organizational Psychology, Western Michigan University
Though focused on the needs of employees and employers alike, this technology also applies to parents, partners, athletes, or artists. If you want to improve performance of ANY kind with the latest proven methods, add the Fifth Edition of the R+ book to your library, today! Volume discounts apply so be sure to order extra copies for your colleagues and friends!