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Handbook of Strategic 360 Feedback$
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Allan H. Church, David W. Bracken, John W. Fleenor, and Dale S. Rose

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190879860

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190879860.001.0001

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Using Analytics to Gain More Insights From 360 Feedback Data

Using Analytics to Gain More Insights From 360 Feedback Data

(p.447) 27 Using Analytics to Gain More Insights From 360 Feedback Data
Handbook of Strategic 360 Feedback

Alexis A. Fink

Evan F. Sinar

Oxford University Press

Advanced analytical methodologies and data visualizations are transforming how human resource data are used in organizations. Through the application of these methods, 360 Feedback can be enhanced; conversely, a variety of talent management objectives can be enhanced by including 360 Feedback. This chapter discusses how analytics can help support organizations and individuals as they tackle these systematic questions. The chapter begins with an overview of major talent management functions (selection, promotion, learning and development, succession and workforce planning, analytics for measuring progress), showing how each can incorporate 360 Feedback data. Attention is devoted to multirater feedback as a target of inquiry itself, discussing how new analytic approaches (unstructured data, linkage analysis, network analysis, reporting, and visualization) can enhance traditional practice. We close with a discussion of key considerations about foundational issues such as data privacy.

Keywords:   360 Feedback, data analytics, talent management, data privacy, advanced analytical methodology

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