The Role of Self-Evaluation of Performance in Achieving Organizational Effectiveness

Abstract

The research aims to evaluate the role of self-performance through the goal criteria of (leadership, people, knowledge, processes, financial) in the achievement of organizational effectiveness in accordance with the dimensions and the relationship between them, as the research problem in the mistaken belief is that the performance evaluation activity is unhelpful and generates a lot of tedious data. The fact that performance evaluation process is one of the main tasks of the work of the Office of the Inspector General, according to the Order (57) for the year (2004), to reach the target organizational effectiveness in accordance with the approved criteria for evaluating performance, encouraged the researcher to select a sample search of the Inspector General's Office staff, amounting to (73) approved questionnaire was used. Statistical package SPSS has been used in data processing and analysis. In the light of the conclusions drawn by indicating significant moral relations positive between research variables, the most important conclusions of the interaction of the staff with the adoption calendar self-performance and standards that bold reliance being to ensure compatibility with the overall objectives Office. It has been formulatig a number of recommendations, among which was the need for office staff interaction with the importance of work in accordance with the approved standards globally to evaluate self performance, because of its impact on the interaction with them on the ground to get to the target organizational effectiveness and that sensitize the top management of the positive and follow-up activities associated with it and reports generating from it. This will provide ground and realistic performance-enhancing activity at various organizational levels