A studyof Performance Management Systemas a predictor ofemployee’s contextual, task and adaptiveperformance in IT sector of Pune

  • Dr Priyanka Mishra,Dr Lalit Prasad, Ms Asmita Mondkar


Human Resource Management (HRM) cares with the people and management. Since every organization comprises of people, acquiring their services, developing their skills, motivating them to higher levels of Performance and ensuring that they continue at the same level of commitment to the organization are essential to understand organizational goals. The study focuses on to find out the effect of Performance Management System on employee’s performance working in IT companies. A sample of 91 employees was selected conveniently from IT companies. Fivehypotheses were formulated to prove the objective. Primary data was collected through a standard questionnaire. Independent sample t-test was used to test the impact ofdemographic variable (Gender) on productivity. Regression analysis was used to determine the impact of the continuous variable (PMS) on Productivity. Results presented here show a significant relationship between Performance Management System and employee’s productivity. IT organization can use PMS as a strategic approach by integrating it with business policies and HR practices and can improve the Performance standard so fits employees.