In our company, at the beginning of year, we have what is known as Goals Cascading. Essentially, the senior most people in the firm set goals for the entire firm and then the people at the next level set their own goals for their respective divisions which are aligned with the goals of their seniors. This process continues until we reach the level of an individual employee.
At the end of year, there is a review process on how well we did on our goals. This basically works the other way round. Individuals' reviews are collated to form teams' reviews which are further collated all the way upwards till there is a review of the entire firm on how well we did to achieve the goals set by us.
Now, my question. How do I complete this sentence with a suitable word:
At the beginning of year we have Goals Cascading and at the end of year we have Review -----------.
I can think of words like collation and assimilation except that they don't give an idea of something moving up.
Any other ways of writing the same sentence while still using the phrase 'goals cascading' and the word 'review' in it.