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Performance Evaluation

Performance Evaluation

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Published by: Leigh Dawson on Dec 11, 2009
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Performance Evaluation
Authored By:Guided By:
Shirish AgarwalProf. Mark RajaiManikant S VittalAmitash SinghChirag Dave
MSE 608BGroup Research Project
Performance Evaluation
Aziz Maredia
Key Learning’s
Areas in which performance evaluation is performed
New introduced methods of performance evaluation
Criteria for performance evaluation
Since a long time performance evaluation has been a major concern among organizations, teamsand individuals. A properly conducted performance evaluation is desired by all. [1]One talented employee is worth more than ten inefficient employees. And to find this onetalented employee a proper performance evaluation is needed.The purpose of this report is to identify different categories in which performance can beevaluated and methods by which performance evaluation can be performed.Performance Evaluation is performed mainly in three different sectors, such as:
An individual
A team
An organization
Performance Evaluation is a continuous process of analyzing, identifying and measuring a team,an individual or an organizations performance.Consider following scenario:A Project Manager asks his subordinates to give peer review. The team member’s being goodfriends of each other give everyone a high ranking even though a lot of them did not deserve thatranking. This performance evaluation would be considered as of no use and won’t be useful indetermining any right conclusion or measuring an individual’s capabilities.
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Performance Evaluation
In performance evaluation both the employee and the manager are involved in evaluating andmeasuring an individual’s performance. [2]A good performance evaluation is necessary to retain good employees, as until an employee getscredit for his work and a proper appraisal he won’t be eager enough to stay and continue with thesame organization or under same manager (figure 1).
Figure 1: Striving for Excellence
Methods of Performance Evaluation
As said by Dr. Mark Rajai “Performance Evaluation is one of the most critical and unsolved job”. It is very difficult to have a proper, unbiased, right performance evaluation. [1, 2]There are cases when we know an individual personally and this tends to make us biased whenevaluating a person, since he becomes our good friend. To stay away from such situations work and personal life should be separated. Even if we know the individual personally we should not bring the personal friendship in between the work scenarios. That is if even our friend is wrong at job we should rate his and evaluate him relative to his peers. [1]Here we have divided the methods of Performance Evaluation in two categories:1)New Proposed ideas.
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