The Comprehensive Resource for Designing and Implementing MSG ProcessesAs organizations strive to make the best possible decisions on critical issues such as compensation, succession planning, staffing, and outplacement, they have increasingly turned to multisource feedback (MSF) for answers. But while use of MSF (or 360-degree) systems has proliferated rapidly, understanding of its complexities has notand many companies are moving forward with MSF amid a dangerous void of systematic research and discussion on this powerful process.The Handbook of Multisource Feedback provides the most comprehensive compendium available of current knowledge and practice in MSF. The volume's diverse group of contributorswhich includes renowned academics, practitioners, and applied researchersrepresents the acknowledged thought leaders in the current and future practice of MSF. Through their multiple perspectives, they identify best practices in the design and implementation of MSF processes and offer key guidelines for decision making when using MSFThe book offers solid grounding in the nuts and bolts of MSF data collection and reporting, providing a process model that leads the reader step-by-step through each phase of an MSF system. It details the developmental and decision-making uses of multisource feedback, describing MSF applications for improving executive development, organization development and change, teams, performance management, personnel decision, and more. And it addresses the realities of system forces that influence MSF processes, including legal, ethical, and cross-cultural issues.The Handbook of Multisource Feedback will provide an ideal one-stop reference for practitioners, researchers, consultants, and organizational clients who need to understand the challenges of using multisource feedback.The EditorsDavid W. Bracken, is director of research consulting at Mercer Delta Consulting group, LLC. His twenty-two years of practice have included multisource feedback systems, individual and organizational assessments, performance management, and management development.Carol W. Timmreck, is an organization development consultant at Shell Oil Company. She is a cofounder of the Multisource Feedback Forum, a consortium of organizations with active MSF processes.Allen H. Church, is a principal consultant in management consulting services at PricewaterhouseCoopers, specializing in multisource feedback systems and organizational surveys. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia University.The complete guide to MSF systemsHandbook of Multisource Feedback offers a comprehensive, multiperspective look at the most current knowledge and practice in multisource feedback (MSF) systems. Drawing from extensive research and practice, a diverse group of distinguished contributors presents the "best practices" in the field and offers pragmatic guidelines for decision making at each step of design and implementation of an MSF process.Contributors include:David AntonioniLeanne E. AtwaterH. John BernardinScott A. BirkelandWalter C. BormanDavid W. BrackenStephane BrutusW. Warner BurkeAllan H. ChurchJeanette N. ClevelandVictoria B. CrawshawAnthony T. DalessioMaxine A. DaltonMark R. EdwardsAnn J. EwenJames L. FarrJohn W. FleenorMarshall GoldsmithGlenn HallamMichael M. HarrisSally F. HartmannJerry W. HedgeLaura HeftMary Dee HicksGeorge P. HollenbeckRobert A. JakoRichard LepsingerJean Brittain LeslieManuel LondonAnntoinette D. LuciaDana McDonald-MannCarolyn J. MohlerKevin R. MurphyDaniel A. NewmanDavid B. PetersonSteven G. RogelbergJames W. SmitherJeffrey D. StonerLynn SummersCarol W. TimmreckCarol Paradise TornowWalter W. TornowCatherine L. TylerBrian O. UnderhillEllen Van VelsorNicholas L. VasilopoulosKiran VendantamJanine WaclawskiDavid A. WaldmanAlan G. WalkerTom WentworthAlicia J. WincklerDavid J. WoehrFrancis J. Yammarino

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