360 degree feedback and the search for recipe cards

Coverage of the impact of 360 degree feedback illustrates the futility of looking for recipe cards to run human systems.
Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

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It’s a hot tool for telling your boss why he drives you nuts. But 360-degree feedback can be counterproductive. Do companies play with fire when they canvas opinions from the bottom up?

Tony pointed out this article, on the pros and cons of 360 degree feedback.

Once again, I notice the desperate need to categorise and get a nice, simple, binary answer to the question, is this any good. A quest that leads to laughable attempts at an answer like this:

The Watson Wyatt 2001 Human Capital Index

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