Project Report on Performance Appraisal
This project report described the 360 degree feedback in Performance
Appraisal System with Components of 360 Degree Appraisal, Self Appraisal,
Superior Appraisal, Peer Group Appraisal and Subordinate Appraisal.
360 degree feedback :
According to Milliman and others,
“360-degree appraisal is the process of systematically gathering data on a
person’s skills, abilities and behaviors from a variety of sources-the manager,
peers, subordinates and even customers and clients”.
Components of 360 Degree Appraisal:
The components of 360-degree appraisal are described as under:
1. Self Appraisal : Self-appraisal is a very important
part of the 360 degree appraisal system because it gives the employee absolute
freedom to look at his strengths and an opportunity to assess the performance.
Self-appraisal also provides an opportunity to the employee to express his
career moves for the future.
Another important area of self-appraisal is the concern for self-renewal and
development of the employee.
2. Superior Appraisal : Here the focus is to provide
constructive feedback on employee’s performance and his development needs. It is
the responsibility of the superior to put carrier aspirations of the employee in
Firstly, superior must communicate to the employee in clear way what the
organization plans for the employees.
Secondly, if the employees have unrealistic aspirations, then also it is
superior’s responsibility to share with the employee the realistic picture given
his/her strengths, development areas, experience, qualifications and the
organization’s ability to provide growth. This is how the superior’s appraisal
has a very significant role to play rather than the “fixing” syndrome
(condition) of the traditional appraisal system.
3. Peer Group Appraisal : Peers play an important role
in the life of an employee in the organization. They can also provide a deep
insight into the personality make up, attitude and style of working of the
employee. Peers both from within the department as well as from the other
departments which are directly connected with the working of employee’s
department are to be included in this system.
Peer appraisal must strive to get the feedback on
- employee’s working style,
- sensitivity towards others,
- spirit of co-operation and collaboration, and
- ability to work as a team member.
4. Subordinate’s Appraisal : It signifies two things.
Firstly, is a clear expression from the organization that it encourages
openness and that feedback is a two-way process.
Secondly, it is a systematic recognition of the fact than employee’s
subordinates do play a vital role in his appraisal. Thus, the purpose of
subordinate’s appraisal is to get first hand assessment of how the subordinates
perceive their superior to be in terms of:
- delegation of authority,
- guiding and training of subordinate,
- motivation of subordinates
- team building, etc.
The upward appraisal also provides an opportunity to the subordinates to give
feedback to their superior on the kind of things they would like him/her to
continue doing (status quo), things they would like him/her to stop doing
(arrears for corrective action), things they would like him/her to start doing
(areas for new initiatives).
Project Description :
Title : Project Report on Performance Appraisal System, 360 Degree Feedback Performance Appraisal System
Category : Project Report for MBA
Description : Project Report 360 degree feedback in Performance Appraisal System with Components of 360 Degree Appraisal, Self Appraisal, Superior Appraisal, Peer Group Appraisal and Subordinate Appraisal
Pages : 54
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