The Effectiveness of 360-Degree Feedback upon Supervision in Shenandoah Valley Social Services
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
STEM Education & Professional Studies
Occupational and Technical Studies
Ritz, John M.
The goals of this research were to provide answers to the following questions: Will participation in 360-degree feedback within the organizational structure enhance supervisor and subordinate relationships? Does the absence of 360-degree feedback or peer evaluations prove to be a negative or a positive indicator of employee performance? When employees complete evaluations of their supervisors will it open future discussions between supervisor and subordinate?
Dotson, Brian, "The Effectiveness of 360-Degree Feedback upon Supervision in Shenandoah Valley Social Services" (2007). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 98.