360 degrees feedback - Remarks for a best-practice model

Autor(en): Runde, B
Kirschbaum, D
Wubbelmann, K
Stichwörter: 360 degrees feedback; best practice; feedback; INFORMATION; Psychology; Psychology, Applied; supervisor; WORK
Erscheinungsdatum: 2001
Herausgeber: HOGREFE & HUBER PUBLISHERS
Journal: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ARBEITS-UND ORGANISATIONSPSYCHOLOGIE
Volumen: 45
Ausgabe: 3
Startseite: 146
Seitenende: 157
Zusammenfassung: 
360 degrees -degree feedback is a formalized system of performance feedback. Individuals evaluate themselves and receive feedback from other employees and organizational members. The feedback comes from an individual's immediate supervisor and peers, and. if the individual is a manager, from his or her direct contributors (subordinates). The system is gradually gaining popularity- The usual form of one-way top-down feedback is replaced by a procedure involving mutual assessments, taking into account the different roles and associated expectations. Many companies now favor this approach, but lack experience in dealing with complex appraisal systems. The results derived from a sample of N = 15 semistructured interviews with high-level personnel from German companies with an international focus provide first ideas regarding factors related to a best-practice model.
ISSN: 09324089
DOI: 10.1026//0932-4089.45.3.146

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