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ArtikelAdapting Industry-Style Business Model to Academia in a System of Performance-Based Incentive Compensation  
Oleh: Reece, E. Albert ; Nugent, Olan ; Wheeler, Richard P. ; Smith, Charles W. ; Hough, Aubrey J. ; Winter, Charles
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Academic Medicine (Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges) vol. 83 no. 01 (Jan. 2008), page 76.
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    • Nomor Panggil: A33.K.2008.01
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Isi artikelPerformance-Based Incentive Compensation (PBIC) plans currently prevail throughout industry and have repeatedly demonstrated effectiveness as powerful motivational tools for attracting and retaining top talent, enhancing key indicators, increasing employee productivity, and, ultimately, enhancing mission-based parameters. The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Medicine introduced its PBIC plan to further the transition of the college to a high-performing academic and clinical enterprise. A forward-thinking compensation plan was progressively implemented during a three-year period. After the introduction of an aggressive five-year vision plan in 2002, the college introduced a PBIC plan designed to ensure the retention and recruitment of high-quality faculty through the use of uncapped salaries that reflect each faculty member's clinical, research, and education duties. The PBIC plan was introduced with broad, schoolwide principles adaptable to each department and purposely flexible to allow for tailor-made algorithms to fit the specific approaches required by individual departments. As of July 2006, the college had begun to reap a variety of short-term benefits from Phase I of its PBIC program, including increases in revenue and faculty salaries, and increased faculty morale and satisfaction. Successful implementation of a PBIC plan depends on a host of factors, including the development of a process for evaluating performance that is considered fair and reliable to the entire faculty. The college has become more efficient and effective by adopting such a program, which has helped it to increase overall productivity. The PBIC program continues to challenge our faculty members to attain their highest potential while rewarding them accordingly.
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