Career and Life Skills
WORK-READY, PREPARED FOR LIFE
Imagine that the SARS team Web site project was an actual project of a global company that publishes medical information for the general public on the Internet. Imagine also that the team’s Web site, just like the student project, had won an industry award for excellence in communication on a timely medical topic.
How would the manager of someone on the team evaluate that member’s work at the close of the project?
The manager might use a set of performance evaluation criteria, a common practice in most businesses today, that includes both work outcomes and skill ratings. The results might look something like Table 5.1
Though the set of evaluation criteria used to rate employee performance ...