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    • Actors, observers, and the estimation of task duration 

      Roy, Michael M.; Christenfeld, Nicholas J.S.; Jones, Meghan (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
      People are often wrong in estimating both how long tasks have taken in the past and how long they will take in the future. Bias could be due to factors such as task involvement, an individual’s engagement or motivation ...
    • The implications of self-versus-observer rating discrepancies in 360-reviews 

      Olivier, Wernich Corné (North-West University (South Africa), 2019)
      The importance of measuring employee efficiencies and increasing their productivity through various mechanisms such as performance evaluation and appraisals have been realised by most organisations. This study analyses the ...