PSYC 651 Quiz Module 2
PSYC 651 Quiz: Performance Management Process
Covers the Textbook material from Module 2: Week 2.
- Knowledge is having the information to do the job and having experience at the job.
- Results criteria fall into the following categories: quality, quantity, cost-effectiveness, and timeliness.
- leads people to believe that others share the same beliefs and attitudes as themselves.
- Key accountabilities are the yardstick used to evaluate how well an employee has achieved each objective.
- Self-serving bias refers to the degree to which participants in job analysis differ in how carefully they attend to the job analysis rating at hand.
- It is very important that the components of a performance management system all be related to one another.
- The two main steps in the prerequisites phase of performance management are:
- Which of the following are primarily the responsibilities of the employee in terms of performance execution?
- __________ are clusters of measurable KSAs.
- leads people to believe that others behave similarly to themselves and hence lead people to think about themselves instead of people in general when reporting KSAs for their jobs.
- Performance execution is linked to _____________ and _____________.
- Self-ratings of performance are important because they do all of the following EXCEPT:
- Which of the following statements is true according to the text?
- O*NET is:
- results from the use of automatic versus controlled processing of information, leading to differences in how carefully people attend to the job analysis rating task at hand.
- Which of the following are primarily the responsibilities of the supervisor in terms of performance execution?
- A job description includes a summary of:
- During the performance planning component, the supervisor and employee meet to discuss and agree upon:
- “KSA” in the text refers to what?
- Job descriptions are a key prerequisite for any performance management system because:
- During the collection of information from individuals for the purpose of conducting a work analysis, why might different people in the same position and same job duties rate certain knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) as more important than other KSAs?
- People tend to attribute success to themselves and failure to external causes (i.e., factors outside of their control). This tendency is called:
- A Web-based training program, designed to reduce rater bias, does all of the following EXCEPT:
- In the performance planning stage, the term “results” refers to what?
- The prerequisites to the implementation of a performance management system are: