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'''Upward feedback could be the effective appraisal technique that has eluded managers in organizations for so long.[[Special:Contributions/83.244.189.2|83.244.189.2]] 16:03, November 22, 2013 (UTC)Ken Ahana'''
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'''Upward feedback should be seen as  using the unusual in an attempt to improve performance.It could be described as a process which encourages surbodinates to take the bold step in the critical assessmment of their superivors' performance.The human resource Managers should perfect the process such that surbodinates could carryout the appraisals without fear of repriasals from the appraisees.'''
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'''Upward feedback could be the effective appraisal technique that has eluded  organizational development  for so long.[[Special:Contributions/83.244.189.2|83.244.189.2]] 16:03, November 22, 2013 (UTC)Ken Ahana'''

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Upward feedback should be seen as  using the unusual in an attempt to improve performance.It could be described as a process which encourages surbodinates to take the bold step in the critical assessmment of their superivors' performance.The human resource Managers should perfect the process such that surbodinates could carryout the appraisals without fear of repriasals from the appraisees.

Upward feedback could be the effective appraisal technique that has eluded  organizational development  for so long.83.244.189.2 16:03, November 22, 2013 (UTC)Ken Ahana

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