Whereas HRM appraises individual performance, management control evaluates collective performance. But both management instruments may be considered as two different forms of a same controle device, in collective regulation. A survey of executive managers in a large French bank shows the perceived competition between the performance evaluation criteria sourced in both systems. In addition, this survey shows (1) the perception of "unfounded" criteria, in a sometimes significant proportion, (2) the variety of representations about evaluation criteria and (3) the existence of perception styles and related determinants.
ANCELIN-BOURGUIGNON, A. (1998). L'évaluation de la performance : un instrument de gestion éclaté. ESSEC Business School.