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This is an audio recording summarizing the American Management Association’s audio book, “Managing By Objectives.” This is a continuation of the discussion on the seventh chapter entitled “MBO and the Performance Review.” The narrator begins by describing that annual performance reviews should differ from frequent ones. He talks about the importance of looking at an individual’s objectives and records before a review. He stresses the need for constructive criticism to be given and received by everyone involved in a review. He describes whether or not performance reviews should be an indicator of salary. He ends the tape by discussing which questions a supervisor should ask during a review.