Employment regulation and industrial relations systems in East Asia: China, Japan, and South Korea

Fang Lee Cooke, Katsuyuki Kubo, Byoung Hoon Lee

研究成果: Chapter


In order to understand performance management systems (PMS) in the unique context of Asia, this chapter describes how performance management operates in a global context. It discusses the reasons why multinational organizations need to tailor performance management practices to each country and its cultural context, rather than simply adopt global “best practices”. In the broadest perspective, performance management involves: assigning work; setting individual goals; monitoring outputs; providing feedback, as necessary; and evaluating individual performance. A number of reasons exist to explain why creating a culture of goal setting, performance monitoring, and feedback is easier said than done. In this connection, Murphy and DeNisi developed a comprehensive model that identified the following categories of factors as key components of performance management systems: distal factors; proximal factors; judgment factors; intervening factors; and distortion factors. The chapter describes three aspects of institutional variation: the political economy, the legal environment, and the industrial organization.

ホスト出版物のタイトルRoutledge Handbook of Human Resource Management in Asia
出版社Taylor and Francis
出版ステータスPublished - 2017 9月 11

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • 経済学、計量経済学および金融学(全般)
  • ビジネス、管理および会計一般
  • 社会科学一般


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