state your opinion on whether or not we should continue to utilize performance reviews in health care.
Should We Get Rid of Performance Reviews?
The attached is a very provocative article from the Wall Street Journal, Human Resources, “Get Rid of the Performance Review”, on the value (or not!) of performance reviews.
The article presents a point of view from the author, Samuel A. Cuthbert, who has obviously had some bad experiences! He also goes on to present an alternative approach to the traditional performance review.
- Read the article.
- Given what you have learned this week about performance review, their function, purpose and value from a legal standpoint: state your opinion on whether or not we should continue to utilize performance reviews in health care.
- State the reasons for your opinion and share any recommendations you have to either improve reviews or how you would recommend replacing them.
- Cite at least one additional reference to back up your opinion.
Click on the forum and then select the Create Thread button to write your response. After you are finished answering the question, click on the Submit button located at the top right-hand corner of the page.
- Read each question — there may be more than one.
- Post your responses in the appropriate threads. Students are required to make their initial post by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time Zone).
- Responses should be at least 200 words or more. You must research answers and all answers must include reading citations, with page numbers, parenthetical style (Author, Date: page#), and the source listed APA style at the end of the post.
- Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings. Responses should be at least 100 words or more. Responses are due by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. (your time zone).
- Review your postings to see who has responded to you.
- Be sure to answer ALL QUESTIONS.
Best approach: Just “talk ” to your fellow students. Have a conversation. If you do not count how many times you connect with your fellow students, you will give more than adequate responses. Prompt discussion, not make a simple comment, such as “good work!” There will be no credit for such responses that end rather than foster discussion. Address fellow students with respect and acceptance that there may be a variety of personal views.
subject: Masters Health & Medical
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