Advantages And Disadvantages Of Self Assessment

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Every company follows the key self-assessment stages of planning, developing awareness, implementation and review but carried out the process in a different manner. The key to successful self-assessment is effective management and the use of a team to manage the process. The most important activities are: selection of a suitable model, appropriate approaches for the assessment, provision of appropriate training, monitoring the progress of improvement actions, establishment of a ‘closed-loop’ structure for the improvement cycle and integration of improvement with the strategic business plan. Self-assessment is not without difficulties, including scarcity of time, overemphasis on scoring and scores, failing to follow-up improvement actions and…show more content…
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Self- assessment leads to a strengthening of the human resource training function, product testing and computer aided design (CAD) facilities and customer satisfaction. It leads to improved policies and strategies and communication across the organisation.

The disadvantages of self-assessment are scarcity of time, problems with measurement and focussing on scores, lack of communication between departments and sustaining the self-assessment process were some of the difficulties with the self-assessment process.

Some of the disadvantages of self-assessment are the problem with measurement , there will be not much communication within departments, foccussing on scors and finally there will not be much time.

Top management commitment and support is, perhaps, the most crucial of all the factors relating to the success of self-assessment. This support must be evident both
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