5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Goals that are self-set rather that assigned - Goals are made public rather than private - internal locus of control - the person has a high need for achievement.
- Deciding what to evaluate is in part a value judgement; the persoanl values of those who design the evaluation system will be reflected in it.
- A measure of the amount of effort required to achieve the goal.
- The degree to which individuals accept a specific goal as a realistic target.
4 True/False questions
Behavioral requirements of effective organizations → They occur whether or not a formal evaluation program exists. The demands to hire, fire, promote, and compensate necessitate some form of informal form of evaluation.
Goal Specificity → A measure of how clearly defined and measurable the goals are.
Goal Commitment → The degree to which individuals are dedicated to reach the goals they have adopted.
Assigned goals → the hierarchical arrangement of formal authority gives the supervisors the responsibility to evaluate subordinates, and administer rewards and punishments.