Performance-Appraisal In Higher-Education - Comparing Departments Of Management With Other Business Units
Abbreviated Journal Title
Public Personnel Manage.
Industrial Relations & Labor; Public Administration
The study reported here extends our knowledge of personnel practice in the public sector by looking at faculty performance evaluation in U.S. business schools. This study examined not only the relative importance of teaching, research, and institutional service, but also the emphasis placed by administrators upon the many performance activities within teaching, research, and service. For example, within the research category, the importance of published articles, other publications, and many forms of non-published research were examined. And for teaching performance, the relative weights given to student inputs, peer evaluation, and certain data on the courses taught were considered. In addition, the study reported here compared evaluation practices of departments of management with those of other departments within the typical business school.
Public Personnel Management
Clement, Ronald W. and Stevens, George E., "Performance-Appraisal In Higher-Education - Comparing Departments Of Management With Other Business Units" (1989). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 759.