121) In a behaviourally anchored rating scale there critical incident

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121) In a behaviourally anchored rating scale there are critical incident anchors along the: 121) _____

A) forced distribution scale.

B) alternation ranking method.

C) paired comparison.

D) performance rating scale.

E) graphic rating scale.

122) Some employers evaluate the progress and development of their supervisory employees via the use of a narrative form of appraisal. One example of the form that is used is called the: 122) _____

A) performance improvement plan.

B) essay form.

C) critical incident method. 

D) performance discussion plan.

E) assessment method.

123) A summary performance appraisal discussion focuses on: 123) _____

A) problem solving.

B) developing people.

C) administering.

D) controlling. 

E) planning. 

124) An appraisal method that aims at combining the benefits of narrative, critical incidents and quantified ratings by anchoring a quantified scale with specific narrative examples of good or poor performance is called the: 124) _____

A) graphic rating scale method.

B) paired narrative-quantitative method.

C) anchored narrative-quantitative method.

D) behaviourally anchored rating scale method.

E) critical incident method.

125) The following are steps in developing a behaviourally anchored rating scale EXCEPT: 125) _____

A) causing critical incidents to occur.

B) developing the final instrument.

C) developing performance dimensions.

D) generating critical incidents.

E) scaling the incidents.

126) The step used in developing a behaviourally anchored rating scale where persons who know the job being appraised are asked to describe specific illustrations of effective and ineffective performance is: 126) _____

A) developing the final instrument.

B) generating critical incidents.

C) scaling the incidents.

D) developing performance dimensions.

E) reallocating incidents.

127) Typically a critical incident is retained if some percentage (usually ________% to ________%) of the second group assigns it to the same cluster. 127) _____

A) 50; 80 B) 0; 100 C) 40; 90 D) 50; 50 E) 40; 80

128) The following are advantages of the behaviourally anchored rating scale appraisal method EXCEPT: 128) _____

A) specific feedback for supervisors to give employees.

B) a forced behavioural dimension.

C) clearer standards.

D) consistency.

E) a more accurate measure.

129) A method for appraising performance involving setting specific measurable goals with each employee and then periodically reviewing the progress made is called: 129) _____

A) management by objectives.

B) behaviourally anchored rating scale method.

C) periodic review method.

D) critical goal method.

E) progress review method.

130) MBO almost always refers to a comprehensive organization-wide goal-setting and appraisal program that consists of the following steps EXCEPT: 130) _____

A) setting the department's goals.

B) discussing the department's goals.

C) setting long-term performance targets.

D) setting the organization's goals.

E) providing feedback to employees.



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