Which is the best way to measure job performance: Self-perceptions or official supervisor evaluations?
International Journal of e-Collaboration
Among latent variables that can be used in e-collaboration research, job performance is a particularly important one. It measures what most e-collaboration tools in organizations aim to improve, namely the performance at work of individuals executing tasks collaboratively with others. The authors report on a comparative assessment of scores generated based on a self-reported job performance measurement instrument vis-À-vis official annual performance evaluation scores produced by supervisors. The results suggest that the self-reported measurement instrument not only presents good validity, good reliability and low collinearity; but that it may well be a better way of measuring job performance than supervisor scores.
Kock, Ned, "Which is the best way to measure job performance: Self-perceptions or official supervisor evaluations?" (2017). Business Faculty Publications. 54.