One & two dimensional measurement
Evalu8ing allows you to define the direction of the evaluation and measurement.
Fig A: This is a one directional or one dimensional measurement, like a score card. In this example Group One is evaluating Group Two.z
Fig B: This is a two directional or two dimensional measurement, or a 180º assessment. In this example Group A is evaluating Group B and Group B is evaluating Group A.
One dimensional measurement is ideal in situations where:
1. The performance of the target group (Two) is not influenced or dependent on the performance of the assessed group (One).
2. Where the target group (One) is simply providing feedback or the assessed group (Two) has requested feedback.
Where two dimensional measures are undertaken the criteria is common to both directions to create a level playing field for evaluation.
Where the performance of a group is dependent on the performance of another group or third party, a multidimensional measurement approach is recommended. Evalu8ing allows you to measure these interdependent relationships to assess the cause and effect of performance on the overall relationships.
Fig C: Group 1 is assessing all Groups in one dimension. The performance of Group 2 is influenced by Group 1, 3 & 5. The performance of Group 3 is influenced by 1 & 5, etc. This system allows you to map the relationships that influence overall performance and measure the specific relationships to identify below average performing relationships. These relationships can then be discussed and addressed in the context of the overall impact to performance, rather than in isolation.