UCT will re-evaluate the implementation of the Personal performance System (PPS) in a survey, following the roll-out of PPS training workshops between July and September this year.
Joanne Uphill, project manager for the PPS training project, said there had been "differing responses" across the institution to the PPS workshops and PPS implementation.
In 2007 the UCT conducted an evaluation of PPS implementation. The feedback from this survey assisted in informing the PPS Training Project.
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The deadline for responses is 20 November 2009.
"We ask for your contribution to this study as it will help us gain a better understanding of how well the performance development system has been implemented across the University," said Uphill.
Staff are urged to complete the survey.
"The information will be valuable in identifying potential problems in implementation, and in measuring possible inconsistencies and variability during workshop delivery. The data will aid the HR team with information about the support that is required across the institution," Uphill said.
Results of the survey will be made available on the web once the process has been completed towards the end of November or early December.
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