Suppose a company at which executives were rewarded for meeting targets based only on profits and stock price switches to a balanced scorecard that adds measures for customer satisfaction, employee engagement, employee diversity, and ethical conduct. How, if at all, would you expect executives' performance to change in response to the new control system? How, if at all, would you expect the company's performance to change?
Why would a company chose to follow rather than lead technological innovations? Is the potential advantage of technological leadership greater when innovations are occurring rapidly, or is it better in this case to follow?
If you were in the grocery business, whom would you benchmark for the technological innovations? Would the companies be inside or outside your industry? Why?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 5:20 pm ad1c9bdddf
An examination of the management structure and establishing cost controls.
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I need some help in criticizing this article on Equity Ownership and Firm Value in Emerging Markets written by Karl V. Lins. The critic is to be done like a College Professor would do it in relation to the Sekaran ( 2003) Step 7 Collected data Analysis and Interpretation Chapter 12, and Step 8 Chapter 12. Deduction is hypothesis substantiated? See attach file for both examples.View Full Posting Details