Learn how to utilize evaluations for short-term feedback to team members. You need a way to give quick and short feedback to improve data management in the immediate term. Evaluations are critical, especially when working with remote teams.
- One of the most important tools … to improve a data analysis is feedback. … So whether you're working with a team … or whether you're trying to improve your own performance, … using feedback to get there is critical. … For my people, I use formal and informal evaluations. … Informal during shorter periods or projects … and formal evaluations at various specific periods of time, … like once a quarter. … But some companies do this once every six months … or once a year. … The rubric on which I evaluate my people, … I make transparent and clear. … They are evaluated along four different lines, … completeness, accuracy, timeliness, and neatness. … Those are the four building blocks of good data analysis … and of keeping stakeholders and clients happy. … These might sound like very clear, … transparent goals to meet, … and they should sound that way and should be in reality. … After all, if you want people to get better … at what they're doing, … how you evaluate them should be clear … and easy to understand, whether work's done on time, …
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