Performance Appraisal System in Banking in India Research Paper by write123

Performance Appraisal System in Banking in India
An analysis the past, present and future view of the banking industry in India, with a focus of performance appraisal systems in the industry.
# 106549 | 12,441 words | 31 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Aug 08, 2008 in Business (Industries) , Business (Human Resources)


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This paper reviews the literature with regards to performance appraisal systems in the banking industry in public and private sector banks in India. It provides a historical overview of the banking industry in India and looks at a future view of its banking industry. The paper then discusses reforms and management issues in banking in India and the need for performance appraisal.

Table of Contents:
Historical Overview Of Banking Industry In India
Future View Of Indian Banking Industry
Reform And Restructuring Of Banking Hr Management
India Banking Sector Reforms
Challenge-Management In The Banking Industry
Innovation HRM In A 'Hyper-Competitive Environment
People-Centric HR Management In Banks
New Emphasis On HRM Related Practices
Banking Sector Technology Deployment
India Banking Industry HRM Report (2000)
Intensive Bank Restructuring Program: State Bank Of India
Performance Management & Appraisal Systems
Talent-Management In The India Banking Industry
Limitations And Scarcity In Performance Appraisal In Banking HRM
Recent Studies In HRM Performance Appraisal Methods
Summary Of Literature Reviewed

From the Paper:

"Stated to be a good measure of devolvement was an increase in proactivity in personnel function in the past five years and in both the Indian and British interviews relating to involvement another measure was revealed stating to be "continuous feedback from line managers." (Budhwar and Sparrow, 2002) It is held that this is "an important measure of devolvement as it helps to evaluate whether things are working according to plans or not, and what changes will be required in the future." (Budhwar and Sparrow, 2002) An expectations that such type examinations might reveal "the extent to which managerial cognition of strategic HRM actually relate to practice. Similarly, the influence of possible new dimensions of national culture, as suggested by both Indian and British managers' viewpoint should be examined. The thinking of personnel specialists and different levels of employees from other sectors, regarding their function, should also be examined." (Budhwar and Sparrow, 2002)"

Sample of Sources Used:

  • 50 for history.(reports of Human resource management ) (2005) HR Magazine. 1 Dec 2005. Online available at: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-140195071.html
  • Annual Report of Reserve Bank of India (1999) Causes of Weaknesses Online available at: http://www.rbi.org.in/scripts/PublicationReportDetails.aspx?UrlPage=&ID=61
  • Balachandran, P. (2000) Motivating Employees Theory and Applications. Presentation. Director of Academic Affairs, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance.
  • Bhat, Sudhindra (2000) Managing Challenges in the Banking Industry. Online available at: http://www.indianmba.com/Faculty_Column/FC173/fc173.html
  • Bhat, Sudhindra (nd) Managing Challenges in Banking Industry. Indianmba.com Online available at: http://www.indianmba.com/Faculty_Column/FC173/fc173.html.

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