For Evaluating Their Validity

@inproceedings{Borman2001ForET,
  title={For Evaluating Their Validity},
  author={Walter C. Borman},
  year={2001}
}
This article argues that assumptions surrounding 360” ratings should be examined; most notably, the assumptions that different rating sources have relatively unique perspectives on performance and multiple rating sources provide incremental validity over the individual sources. Studies generally support the first assumption, although reasons for interrater disagreement across different organizational levels are not clear. Two research directions are suggested for learning more about why… CONTINUE READING