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UCSD Minimizing Biases in Performance Evaluation at Expert Engineering Essay

University of California San Diego

Question Description

Help me study for my Management class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.

There are a variety of techniques that can minimize performance rater biases. You will find attached file about “Case Study 6-2: Minimizing Biases in Performance Evaluation at Expert Engineering, Inc.” After reviewing the case and considering the course and textbook content, in a 4-5 page paper, not including the cover page and reference page, answer questions #1 and #2 (located at the end of the case study and as follows).

Question #1: Provide a detailed discussion of the intentional rating distortion factors that may come into play in this situation.

Question #2: Evaluate the kinds of interventions you could implement to minimize intentional rating distortion, and its reasons, that you have described. What do you recommend and why?

You will need to include a brief introduction of the case and critically evaluate the current situation of Expert Engineering Inc. It is important to present an in-depth analysis of the case and integrate sufficient support from scholarly resources throughout the assignment. Use suitable headings and subheadings to organize the work in an appropriate manner.

Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument, citing any sources referenced.


* Follow (APA) style.

* 4 to 5 references are enough.

* 4-5 page paper, not including the cover page and reference page

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Final Answer

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Thesis Statement: Therefore, the research will answer questions based on a case study 6-2.
I. Introduction
A. The performance reviews in engineering companies are affected by rater bias.
B. Performance rater bias, which ruin the operations of a principal in an engineering company,
includes the leniency bias, strictness bias, central tendency bias, contract bias, and halo bias.
C. Performance rater bias should be minimized to make an engineering company more
D. From the case study, the roles of Demetri should consider ways of minimizing distortions and
maintaining accuracy in data computation.

II. Question one
A. The situation of Engineer Demetri can be affected by international rating distortion factors.
B. In his new management duties, Demetri should be aware of the central tendency bias..
C. Another factor in intentional rating distortion is recency and spillover bias.
D. Negativity bias is intentionally recognized as a rating distortion factor.
E. The halo effect can be manifested in the situation of Demetri at Expert Engineering, Inc.
whereby the principal favors the activities of a particular engineer and despises the effort of

III. Question two
A. At Expert Engineering Inc., the principal in charge of engineering operations should consider
the interventions for preventing rating distortion

B. The best intervention to handle central tendency bias is to encourage teams to work against
each other and compete to provide a high-quality workforce.
C. The issue of recency and spillover bias can be resolved through an annual review of employee
performance in a firm.
D. Lack of inaccuracies will ensure performance review is simplified, and a firm succeeds in
executing its projects with minimal rating distortion.

IV. Conclusion
V. References


Understanding Rating Distortion

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The performance reviews in engineering companies are affected by rater bias.
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