Improvements in Performance Management Through the Use of 360 Feedback

  title={Improvements in Performance Management Through the Use of 360 Feedback},
  author={Michael C. Campion and Emily D. Campion and Michael A. Campion},
  journal={Industrial and Organizational Psychology},
  pages={85 - 93}
The purpose of this commentary is to complement the lead article by Pulakos, Mueller Hanson, Arad, and Moye (2015) by proposing the incorporation of 360 feedback as another means of improving performance management (PM). A 360 feedback refers to the practice of soliciting anonymous ratings and narrative comments on the job performance and other behaviors of the focal employee from a wide range of others who have worked with the employee. These sources include peers, subordinates, other managers… 

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