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Presentation on performance

1-Prepare a presentation on performance for the next management meeting, comparing the 2005 actual performance with the budgeted performance. Include a handout to management on recommendations for improving performance. Create a 3 slide PowerPoint presentation comparing the elements of the liabilities on the balance sheet for 2005 actual and 2005 budget. Note the variances and comment on each item.

The slides can just be done in white no design layout. References needed and can be included on a separate sheet of paper.

2-Create the handout with suggestions on what management should review to improve performance in 2006.

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1-Prepare a presentation on performance for the next management meeting, comparing the 2005 actual performance with the budgeted performance. Include a handout to management on recommendations for improving performance. Create a 3 slide PowerPoint presentation comparing the elements of the liabilities on the balance sheet for 2005 actual and 2005 budget. Note the variances and comment on each item.

The slides can just be done in white no design layout. References needed and can be included on a separate sheet of paper.

2-Create the handout with suggestions on what management should review to improve performance in 2006.

Running head: COMPANY PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Company Performance Review for the year
2005

As most everyone is aware, from a business standpoint, we live in a numbers-based society. In all businesses, whether a small company with a dozen employees or a large conglomerate of thousands, the focus is on the bottom line. Executives are scrutinizing annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly, and even daily reports to determine how productivity is affecting profits. Most importantly, they are looking for ways to make those numbers climb.

Too often, the performance of a production company like ours will concentrate mainly on the employees' morale and performance. In order to increase their production performance, we need to increase the personal responsibility. Responsible employees know they are accountable for producing results. As they take ownership of their job, they continually look for ways to improve performance and consistently work to the best of their ability.

Therefore, we have to develop a way to help employees gain that sense of personal responsibility. There are studies, which show that when people spend a large portion of their time at work, they must have a sense of belonging, of being ...

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