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Measurement techniques for organizational goals

What measurements should management use to ensure that goals are being met?

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To ensure that organizational goals are being met, managers must first ensure that they have solid General and Specific Management Control Standards in place.

General management control standards are:

1. Compliance With Law.

All program operations, obligations and costs must comply with applicable law and regulation. Resources should be efficiently and effectively allocated for duly authorized purposes.

2. Reasonable Assurance and Safeguards.

Management controls must provide reasonable assurance that assets are safeguarded against waste, loss, unauthorized use, and misappropriation. Management controls developed for agency programs should be logical, applicable, reasonably complete, and effective and efficient in accomplishing management objectives.

3. Integrity, Competence, ...

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This solution outlines the types of goal measurements that managers should use.