Business Performance Assessment Program – Criticisms Appear Harsher When Put into Print

StrategyDriven Business Performance Assessment Program ArticleFact or fiction, anything formally documented assumes an air of legitimacy. Combine this implied legitimacy with the stark black and white of the printed words and any identified improvement opportunity can appear overly harsh and critical, especially to those responsible for the performance. Apparent aggressiveness within a self assessment can result in resistance to the evaluation findings; often by those who stand to benefit the most and who must own the corrective actions.


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  1. salmon
    salmon says:

    i got a nice lecture about self assessment .I understood self assessment have no effect if we not make it in action.Trying to improve in the things we weak is the target of self assessment

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