Over the course of the past few years, teaching, research, and practice has underscored the importance of performance measurement and criterion development as topics of great interest, considerable debate, and some misunderstanding. It has also become clear that the field needs to address a compendium of research, applications, and issues.
Performance Measurement: Current Perspectives and Future Challenges brings together internationally recognized leaders in the field and each examines the subject matter in a way that has never been done--focusing on the dynamic nature of work and the tremendous demands being placed on assessment and measurement as core organizational activities. It also uniquely uses their expertise to provide critical pointers to not only the practical implications of work in the field, but also to the new and continuing issues to be addressed and research to be conducted.
The book will be useful to both scientists and practitioners.
Contents: Series Foreword. Preface. W. Bennett, Jr., C.E. Lance, D.J. Woehr, Introduction. Part I: Problems, Prospects, and Continuing Issues. J.T. Austin, T.R. Crespin, Problems of Criteria in Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Progress, Problems, and Prospects. C.E. Lance, D. Baxter, R.P. Mahan, Evaluation of Alternative Perspectives on Source Effects in Multisource Performance Measures. J.S. Kane, D.J. Woehr, Performance Measurement Reconsidered: An Examination of Frequency Estimation as a Basis for Assessment. Part II: Models of Performance. D.J. Knapp, The U.S. Joint-Service Job Performance Measurement Project. M.A. Hanson, W.C. Borman, Citizenship Performance: An Integrative Review and Motivational Analysis. T. Tubr‚, W. Arthur, Jr., W. Bennett, Jr., General Models of Job Performance: Theory and Practice. C.C. Williams, R.P. Mahan, Understanding Multiteam System Functioning. Part III: Challenges in Applied Measurement. P.M. Caligiuri, Measurement Performance in a Cross-Cultural Context. E. Salas, C.S. Burke, J.E. Fowlkes, Measuring Team Performance "In The Wild": Challenges and Tips. G.M. Alliger, Leveraging Distributed Systems to Enable Job Redesign: Performance Criteria in the Electronic Age. S.I. Tannenbaum, Applied Measurement: Practical Issues and Challenges. Part IV: Conclusions and Recommendations for Research and Practice. J. Farr, R. Jacobs, Unifying Perspectives: The Criterion Problem Today and Into the 21st Century.
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