Elements of a High Performance Organization Paper
Carlos J. Negron and Billy Drauhgon
August 13, 2012
Prof. Kim Tandy
Explain how a high performance organiztion will benefit from the use of technology we will desrcibe, analyze and examine the different elements that make up a high performance organization. The way this topic is being approached is through exploring how information technology is a key element in a high performance organization. By the use of Information technology and how it plays a very important role strategically in these high performance organizations. Certain examples will be shown and explain how organizations are turned into a high performance organizations. All these level of performances must have goals and must meet shared visions of other agency.
ELEMENTS OF A HIGH PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATION
Through this paper we seek to analyze and examine the different elements that make up a high performance organization. The way it will be approached is by exploring how information technology is a key role in the high performance organization. By which elements it will be done. Information technology plays a very important role strategically in these high performance organizations. Certain suggestions will be shown to turn these organizations into high performance organizations. All these level of performances must have goals and must meet shared visions. They all have different professional settings and by doing this like sharing the visions it will be successful. All organizations employees have to encourage each so that they all can achieve all goals and by accomplishing this, they can reflect on their job performance and personal satisfaction.
Employee performance measures are very important to see how well a employee is doing or to see if that employee is facing any problems. This can benefit the organizations, because the organization would know if its employees are happy or not and it is always beneficial to keep the employees happy. Organizations tend to do matrix studies. These matrix studies helps rate employees on a scale of happiness. The performance evaluation can also determine the how ell a organizations is doing successfully. Technology is a mayor influence in an organizations effective performance. There are certain elements a high performance organization needs. Employees in organizations have to be in a positive work environment, thus thinking it is a good place to work. Employees should also be ready for any new challenge that could arise or any new innovation. The leaders of the organization must be talent oriented, fair, and clear. They should be able to promote the right people for the job, make sure that employees understand that their attitude affects their work performance, and make sure that all expectations are clear. They all need to be more superior than others by clarifying performance measures, making sure employees work well together as a team, and giving people or employees the proper training.
In the criminal justice system information technology is a key element in identification, apprehension of criminals and fast response in locating information world wide in a matter of seconds. In most police cases suspect and offenders are entered into the criminal justice system through advanced technology such as surveillance equipment, tracking system, finger print and DNA system that leads to the capture of suspects. New technologies in the criminal justice system gives investigators faster result during investigation and also provides police departments with powerful new capability for the apprehension of criminals in safe and tactical manor. Since the beginning of organized police work the abilities of local, state and federal law enforcement organization has advanced since the early 19th century were police work only capability of communication was through radios which slowed the line of...
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