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Unformatted text preview: 3. Top management should support the evaluation process. evaluation process begins at the lowest level of responsibility an highest level of management. Managers quickly lose faith in the ignores, overrules, or bypasses established procedures for evalu 4. The evaluation process must allow managers to respond to t not a one-way street. Managers should have the opportunity to d Evaluation without feedback is both impersonal and ineffective. 5. The evaluation should identify both good and poor perform performance is a powerful motivating factor for a manager. This manager's compensation includes rewards for meeting budget go...
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- Fall '11
- Accounting, Educational evaluation, responsibility accounting. Performance, performance. Behavioral principles, accounting. Performance evaluation