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Traditional Measures of Operational Performance

Provide your understanding of the traditional measures of operational performance. Include which traditional measures each of the following managers would be held responsible for:

· manufacturing supervisors

· purchasing agents

· schedulers

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Traditional measures of operational performance are usually basic measurements of the correlation between an organization's operational methodologies and strategies, and the completion of desired outcomes for the organization. These measures of operational performance are statistical in nature, due to the fact that they have to ascertain the relative percentage of organizational objectives that are accomplished utilizing standard operating procedures within a given organization. These traditional measures of operational performance are also utilized to measure the performance of individuals within an organization, due to the fact that the combination of the relative levels of performance of individuals equals the overall organizational performance. Traditional measures of ...