The 360 Executive Review page offers a dashboard view of all 360° forms for individuals within a shared group. The 360 Executive Review allows managers and HR representatives to identify the current report progress, and filter by form template to generate a list view report. In the Summary Info view users can toggle between a chart and the data table.
Central administrators can see status information on the forms and are able to access the forms and rater lists so as to change the nominations, or view ratings. Central administrators also have access to the Detailed 360 report to view ratings and comments.
The figures below show a pie chart including the form progress and the corresponding list view report with data that populated the pie chart.
The 360 Executive Review is helpful in identifying who needs to take action to keep the review cycle moving forward. It includes the following features:
Send reminder emails for outstanding forms in the route map.
Modify the rater list.
Receive feedback from third parties.
Add or remove competencies from the form.
Display Detailed 360 Reports.
Display individual form ratings that have been submitted.
The 360 Executive Review Permissions
Role-based permission is used to enable the 360 Executive Review for specific users in the system.
- Navigate to Manage Permission Roles from Action Search, then select the super administrator or full system administrator role.
- Under Administrator Permissions, select the link to expand permissions associated with Manage Documents.
- Check the box for 360 Executive Review and all checkboxes slightly indented below to grant all permissions that can accompany this feature.
Grant these permissions selectively by first configuring the permission role, then assigning it to a specific group of users in the instance. If you do not already have a defined group of users who should have this line of sight into 360 Reviews Forms, navigate to Manage Permission Groups to select a specific group of people with the filtering criteria.
After permission has been successfully granted, you will see a new tab display in the Performance area of the instance titled 360 Executive Review.
Permissioned users have access to 360 review forms in a similar way that the process owner has access. This access is restricted to forms that you are sending into Evaluation as a process owner. However, the 360 Executive Review grants access across the board for all forms.
Forms that are links in the list view report are selectable and allow users with full role-based permissions to modify or view almost all information in the review form at each route map step.
Forms that are not selectable and have a small blue icon next to the title indicates that the user has access to the form because they are on the route map (for example, Manny Manager could be Edward’s supervisor, so Edward’s 360 Form is already in one of Manny’s performance folder inboxes). This means that you could access the form from your own performance inbox folder and have full viewing and editing capabilities.
The 360 Executive Review enables local and regional HR administrators to create groups and share the forms of those within those groups to other more central HR administrators. The central HR administrators can then monitor the status of 360 Reviews forms across their entire enterprise. This feature is especially beneficial for multinational businesses that need to provide form visibility to central HR administrators across subsidiaries.