Evolution and Change
These days, we are aware that increasingly more organizations are employing teams to conduct projects, while the contributions of individuals per se is less prominent. As a result, team performance appraisal (TPA) becomes our concern. In this respect, a number of questions then arise, including: What determines the team performance? What are the dimensions relevant to team performance? Who should perform the team assessment and how? How do we treat the differential contributions of individual team members versus the overall output of the team? How is feedback performed? How do we reward individual team members when evaluating total performance? To these questions we now turn.
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