Tuskegee University Performance Management Philosophy 
and 
Key Components

image showing 4 steps to effective performance managementPerformance management is an ongoing, continuous process of communicating and clarifying job responsibilities, priorities and performance expectations in order to ensure mutual understanding between manager(s) and employee. It is a philosophy which values and encourages employee development through a style of management which provides frequent feedback and fosters teamwork. In addition, it emphasizes communication and focuses on adding value to the university by promoting improved job performance and encouraging skill development. In sum, Performance Management involves clarifying the job duties, defining performance standards, and documenting, evaluating and discussing performance with each employee

PeopleAdmin is a 21st century web-based Performance Management System implemented to ensures University-wide Shared Responsibility for Staff and Faculty with Administrative functions.

PeopleAdmin Resources and Tools

  

Performance Review 2017 - UPDATED - Timeline to Completion

Required Steps to Completion Due Date Definitions
Manager Creates Plan 5/15/2017

Each supervisor (and co-reviewer where applicable) must operate at least (3)
three goals for the employee based on job functions.

Employee Acknowledges Plan

5/17/2017

Employee acknowledges they’ve initially reviewed the goals/competencies/
developmental goals
Self-Evaluation 5/22/2017 Employee evaluates “self” in relation to the goals/competencies/
developmental goals.
Documents can be uploaded.
Supervisor Evaluation 6/02/2017 Supervisors evaluates employee in relation to the goals/competencies/
developmental goals. Documents can be uploaded.
Reviewing Officer Approves Evaluation 6/09/2017 Office of Human Resources reviews and request edits or approve
the Final Evaluation
Review Meeting 6/16/2017

Supervisor meets with the Employee to go over the Performance Evaluation.

Employee Acknowledges Evaluation 6/23/2017 Employee confirms that meeting was held with supervisor.
This completes the evaluation process.