Fine-Tuning Survey/Feedback Interventions: Differentiating Respondents in Terms of Performance Appraisal

Golembiewski, Robert T.; Yeager III, Samuel J.
August 1977
Academy of Management Proceedings (00650668);1977, p348
Conference Proceeding
Major co-variation exists between differences in performance appraisals and survey responses on 33 of 50 target variables, as assessed both by overall F-scores and paired-comparisons of appraisal categories. This analysis rejects the "one person, one vote" assumption common in survey/feedback interventions.


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