Peer Reviews and Peer Engagement


 
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Peer Reviews and Peer Engagement
David Harland, Consultant, United Kingdom

I have been fortunate enough to work in and for a number of organisations where we used peer reviews.
In one we used a system of FORMAL and rigorous peer review. These formal peer reviews for me and most of my colleagues took a while to do well and to be comfortable with, but we all benefited. The purpose and everyone understood it, was to help us produce the best products we could. The process of formal review teaches the participants a lot about cooperation and its benefits, also a great deal about oneself.

What I also realised was that in previous firms, where I really enjoyed working, although we did not use a formal process, we were also engaged in an INFORMAL process of peer review, peer engagement and mutual assistance. Turns out this level of peer engagement is the most highly correlated behaviour linked with success (J.R. Hackman).
 

 















 

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