Is 360 Degree Feedback Appraisal an Effective Way of Performance Evaluation

@article{Kanaslan2016Is3D,
  title={Is 360 Degree Feedback Appraisal an Effective Way of Performance Evaluation},
  author={Ece Kuzulu Kanaslan and Cemal Iyem},
  journal={The International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={172-182}
}
The 360 degree feedback approach has been implemented by many organisations for development or performance evaluation objectives. This paper questions the effectiveness of 360 degree feedback implementations in rating employee performance. This literature review was conducted on 360 degree feedback practice with performance evaluation purposes. The aim of this review was to define and discuss the 360 degree feedback; contrasting the process with the other methods and identifying whether this is… 
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