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Define and discuss the concept of the 360-degree review and the process in which the information is collected, reviewed, and communicated. Also, review the benefits of using this method for performance reviews in an organization.

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Determining performance gaps can be approached from different aspects based on organizational reviews. These reviews can assist leadership with training needs as an organization or on a personal basis. Often, reviews can be one-sided or use different approaches to gauge performance in order to reach organizational goals, and ensure that mission success is accomplished. Below we'll discuss and define the concept of the 360-degree review and the process in which information is collected, reviewed, and communicated. In addition, we'll look at the benefits of using this method for performance reviews in an organization.

The 360-degree performance review is defined as a way in which an employee rates oneself on a number of dimensions and receives rating on these dimensions from his/her supervisor, peers, subordinates, and sometimes customers (Blanchard & ...

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1. Define the concept of the 360-degree performance review. Explain the process by which the information is collected, reviewed, and communicated. What are the benefits of using this method for performance reviews? Describe any disadvantages as well.

2. Scenario - New Employee Training

You are a Training Specialist in a small manufacturing company employing approximately 500 people with one location in Phoenix and one location in Los Angeles. The company has just landed a new international client who will be placing large orders for two of the company's signature products requiring the manufacturing staff be increased by 25% immediately. To handle the flow of additional paperwork, the accounting staff will need to increase by 10% in the next 90 days.

You have been tasked with performing a training needs analysis to determine what training will be required, how quickly it will be needed, and where the training will need to be performed.

A. Is this TNA reactive or proactive? Explain your position.
B. What groups within the organizations will you need to consult in performing your needs analysis? Why?
C. Based on the limited information provided, what information do you need to investigate and uncover in your organizational analysis, operational analysis, and person analysis processes?

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