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Employee Performance

Employee Perspective

Edwin Gary Schasteen
This model describes a situation where an employee has a single task to complete on a given day, and has a certain amount of energy available at the beginning of the day to spend towards completing the task. The model behaves as expected: the employee only completes the amount of task equal to the amount of energy he or she has to spend toward task completion.  If the employee has more energy than required to complete the task, the employee will only spend the amount of energy required to complete the task, and will have the remaining amount of energy available for other tasks. This model ignores the effect of fatique, stress, and other factors on the initial amount of energy available to complete the task. So the next step in developing the model is to add in those effects and see how the dynamics plays out.

Company Dynamics Employee Performance

  • 6 years 2 months ago

Clone of Employee Perspective

Edwin Gary Schasteen
This model describes a situation where an employee has a single task to complete on a given day, and has a certain amount of energy available at the beginning of the day to spend towards completing the task. The model behaves as expected: the employee only completes the amount of task equal to the amount of energy he or she has to spend toward task completion.  If the employee has more energy than required to complete the task, the employee will only spend the amount of energy required to complete the task, and will have the remaining amount of energy available for other tasks. This model ignores the effect of fatique, stress, and other factors on the initial amount of energy available to complete the task. So the next step in developing the model is to add in those effects and see how the dynamics plays out.

Company Dynamics Employee Performance

  • 6 years 2 months ago