performance evaluation


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performance evaluation

[pər′fȯr·məns i‚val·yə′wā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The analysis in terms of initial objectives and estimates, and usually made on site, of accomplishments using an automatic data-processing system, to provide information on operating experience and to identify corrective actions required, if any.
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Walzak Consulting partnered with MasterServ Financial of Malvern, Pennsylvania in developing the technology component of the REO Performance Evaluation Model.
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Budget 45 minutes to an hour for a performance evaluation meeting.
The obligation to prepare a performance evaluation depends on the type and dollar amount of the contract.
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Performance evaluation techniques used by management for domestic purposes are generally applicable to foreign operations; however, additional factors must be considered.
The staff at the American College of Physician Executives is regularly asked for help in finding performance evaluation forms for physician executives.

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