- Words: 492
- Length: 2 Pages
- Topic: Business - Management
- Paper #: 80042785
While the supervisor still maintains the role of performance appraiser and evaluator, the more modern role also allows the supervisor to solicit input directly from the subordinate (Daft, 2005; Russell-Whalling, 2008).
In that regard, some of the most important information relates to the subordinate's perspective of the possible factors that may contribute to less-than-optimal performance (Russell-Whalling, 2008). Furthermore, the modern approach to personnel and performance management also recognizes that the