Explore BrainMass

Development of Systematic Management

Describe the development of systematic management.

Note: Cite the source.

© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 19, 2018, 8:20 pm ad1c9bdddf

Solution Preview

Please see response attached, which is also presented below. I hope this helps and take care.


1. Describe the development of systematic management.

The development of a systematic management process is often referred to Performance Management. A systematic plan, as the one below, also includes a training level in the systematic management plan.

1. Review organizational goals to associate preferred organizational results in terms of units of performance, that is, quantity, quality, cost or timeliness (note that the result itself is therefore a measure)

2. Specify desired results for the domain -- as guidance, focus on results needed by other domains (e.g., products or services need by internal or external customers) - The development process should have specific learning goals to accomplish which, in turn, help the learner accomplish specific results.

3. Ensure the domain's desired results directly contribute to the organization's result -- A good ...

Solution Summary

This solution describes the step-by-step development process of systematic management. Source cited and other links are also provided for further research.