Performance management involves practices and techniques for goal setting, reward systems and performance appraisals. Workplace technology has an effect on whether performance management practices require to be based on the entity or the group. While technology is stumpy in interdependence and work is proposed for individual work, goal setting, performance appraisal and reward systems require to be intended at individual work behaviours. On the other hand, employee involvement in Mediaworks determines the characteristics of performance management practices. Business strategy describes the aims and objectives that are required for an organization to compete profitably. Goal setting influences performance in various ways that are related what individuals think and motivate individuals to accomplish difficult objectives (Van Dooren, Bouckaert & Halligan, 2015). On the other hand, reward systems are influential incentives for progressing worker and work group performance. Performance appraisals are carried out for a number of principles, comprising positive action and promotion decisions.