Assessing feedback interactions in a creative setting

11 marzo 2015

The traditional notion of feedback usually involves a one-way conversation where a manager rates an employee’s performance because the destination, so to speak, is known. But what happens in a creative setting, when the endpoint is unknown? New research finds sharing incomplete work and having a healthy-give-and-take is a critical ingredient because the feedback is focused on developing an idea, rather than evaluating it at the end. The lessons could apply in the corporate world.