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Long ago, John's grandpa was a production line worker with a job goal to release assembled units to the next in line within 5.23 minutes. All his life, he had a single Supervisor and reviews were straight forward for such a repetitive task based role.
Fast forward to today, John is an upcoming Marketing executive of an e-Commerce company. In an open, collaborative work environment, John & his colleagues spend a lot of time on cross-department assignments, even led by different Managers at times.
With GroSum, all managers that John has worked with over a period of time can be invited to review his performance.
Not only that, each such review can be set weights based on how critical the work was, the duration of John's involvement & even the significance of his role. #review_weightages
Further, John's reviews can also be moderated by seniors in the company. There can be multiple levels of moderation set to ensure that review inputs by John's managers have been thoroughly validated. #moderation
With GroSum, John & his colleagues get to take the first stab at their own review process.
Starting with goal setting, John can set his own performance goals & individual competencies that he believes he needs to be evaluated on. Of course, John's Managers need to pitch in too & finally sign off on the agreed parameters. #collaborative_goalsetting
At the time of Review, John kick starts with a Self-Assessment exercise, where he rates himself on his assigned performance metrics, identifies development needs and highlights key achievements & concerns during the review period. On John's sign off, his Managers thus get a baseline to conduct a more informed review. #self_review
Finally, once his Managers sign off their review inputs, John gets involved again. This time, he has to sign off his acceptance of the review. In case, he is not happy with any of his Manager's inputs, he can disagree and the process gets initiated again. #review_agree/disagree
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