University of Colorado Law Review
This Article explores full circle evaluations in detail, arguing that corporate boards should implement such systems. Part I details full circle evaluations and explains the benefits associated with the use of such systems. Part II describes the potential legal duty to implement full circle evaluation systems. Part III argues that full circle evaluations consider the input of all persons in the corporation, thereby increasing the extent to which decisions concerning promotions are based on objective factors of merit and facilitating the advancement of women in the workplace. Part IV concludes that in light of all of the aforementioned considerations, the use of full circle evaluations serves as a positive asset to any corporation seeking a way to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of management and of the corporation overall. Full Circle Evaluations, Corporation, Management, Male Corporate Heirarchy
Edward Adams, Using Evaluations To Break Down the Male Corporate Hierarchy: A Full Circle Approach, 73 U. Colo. L. Rev. 117 (2002), available at http://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/548.