The
Definition Of

Forced Distribution Method

The forced distribution method is similar to grading on a curve. With this method, you place predetermined percentages of rates into several performance categories. The proportions in each category need not be symmetrical; GE used top 20%, middle70%, and bottom 10% for managers.

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