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Reference no. NAC2518
Published by: NACRA - North American Case Research Association
Published in: "The Case Research Journal", 2006
Length: 15 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Olaf Baman, Professor of Organizational Behavior, implemented a peer evaluation system for team projects undertaken by students in their first term of the Menon University MBA program. As he prepared for an end of term faculty meeting, Olaf had to decide what input to provide regarding the peer evaluations done after each team assignment, and what recommendations he should make about modifying student grades based on those evaluations. He also was considering whether and how the peer evaluation system should be modified for next year. Olaf was in a difficult position, not only because the process had generated heated discussion in some student groups, but also because there was mixed support for the approach among faculty team members.

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Abstract

Olaf Baman, Professor of Organizational Behavior, implemented a peer evaluation system for team projects undertaken by students in their first term of the Menon University MBA program. As he prepared for an end of term faculty meeting, Olaf had to decide what input to provide regarding the peer evaluations done after each team assignment, and what recommendations he should make about modifying student grades based on those evaluations. He also was considering whether and how the peer evaluation system should be modified for next year. Olaf was in a difficult position, not only because the process had generated heated discussion in some student groups, but also because there was mixed support for the approach among faculty team members.

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