Performance Evaluation

Business / Finance / Performance Evaluation: The assessment of a manager's results, which involves, first, determining whether the money manager added value by outperforming the established benchmark (performance measurement) and, second, determining how the money manager achieved the calculated return (performance attribution analysis).

Other Words for Evaluation

Evaluation Verb Synonyms: appraisal, valuation, assessment
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Other Words for Performance

Performance Noun Synonyms: playing, acting, interpretation, presentation, portrayal
Performance Verb Synonyms: execution, completion, bringing off or about, accomplishment, effectuation, carrying out, discharge, dispatch, conduct, carrying-on, doing, fulfilment
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Performance Improvement Plan

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Performance Improvement Plan: A plan implemented by a manager or supervisor that is designed to provide employees with constructive feedback, facilitate discussions between an employee and his or her supervisor regarding performan MORE

Performance Management

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Performance Management: The process of maintaining or improving employee job performance through the use of performance assessment tools, coaching and counseling as well as providing continuous feedback. MORE

Performance Measurement

Business / Finance / Performance Measurement: Calculation of the return a money manager realizes over some time interval. MORE

Performance Measures

Health / Health Insurance / Performance Measures: Quantitative measures of the quality of care provided by a health plan or provider that consumers, payors, regulators, and others can use to compare the plan or provider to other plans and providers. MORE

Performance Fund

Business / Finance / Performance Fund: A growth-oriented mutual fund investing in growth stock and performance stock with low dividends and high risk. MORE

Performance Evaluation

Business / Finance / Performance Evaluation: The assessment of a manager's results, which involves, first, determining whether the money manager added value by outperforming the established benchmark (performance measurement) and, second, determ MORE

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