Inbasket2 - In-basket Study Background What is an...

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Background What is an assesssment center? Multiple exercises, assessors, traits Used for selection, development What is an in-basket? Collection of items, methods of scoring Traits: Planning & Organizing (t) Perceptiveness (t) Delegation (t) Decision Making Leadership Study purpose/hypotheses Can we train better performance on an in-basket with minimal effort? This is important for understanding what we are getting from our scores -- trait differences or trained differences. Do measures look reasonable? Reliable? Method Participants Business students at USF (both u.g., & MBA; N=88). Some with managerial experience. All moving toward management. Training Workbook. Self-paced. Focused on: Skim & set priorities Make connections among related items Delegate properly In-Baskets: 2 forms (A & B) Development Scoring keys Scorers Design:Two forms (A & B) of the in-basket Time 1 1 month Time 2 G1: take A Train Take B G2: take B Train Take A G3: take A Take B Train G4: take B Take A Train
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course PSY 3213 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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