Chappelow: Worst Practices in 360-degree Assessments: Why Feedback Fails
-not always necessary so dont jump on the band-wagon just to do it
1. Identify and describe 5 of the worst 360-degree assessment practices
Chappelow identifies in his chapter.
Robbins Chapter 1 #1
Describe and discuss the four management functions.
Planning: defining goals, establishing, strategy, and developing sub plans to coordinate
Organizing: determining what needs to be done, how it will be done and who is to d
Robbins Ch7 (Managing Human Resources)
1. What are the key components of the human resource management
process? How do environmental conditions such as
diversity, and legal decisions impact HRM?
-success for most organizations
Chapter 8 #3
Use approach-inhibition theory to explain how a powerful person is different from
a powerless person.
Explains two different types of reaction to an environment. One being
they rise to the power and exploits their best qualities in the sit
Chapter 6 #7
Crandalls study of womens groups suggests that group norms govern
disordered patterns of eating. Provide 2 examples of other types of behavior, one
healthy and one unhealthy, which are controlled by norms and suggest ways to
increase or reduc
Chapter 5 #2
What steps would you take if you wished to increase, systematically, the level of
cohesiveness of a group you are leading?
Increase socializing- happy hours, completion with another group that is
Ropes course or something that is stre
Chapter 3 #1
Do humans, by nature, seek solitude or inclusion in groups? Support your
Most people prefer inclusion in groups
We want to be socially engaged
Need to belong: maintain a minimum quantity of lasting, positive and