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Organizational Objectives: purpose and examples

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What are organizational objectives?
What is the purpose of organizational objectives?
What makes an effective organizational objective?
What are some examples of organizational objectives for your organization or one which you are familiar?

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Organizational objectives can be defined as the purposes, missions, and goals of an... organization or its units, established through administrative processes. It includes an organization's long-range plans and administrative philosophy. http://medical.webends.com/kw/Organizational%20Objectives.

In an organization there is usually a mission statement: a general discussion of the purpose of the organization. It may include values, products and/or services, primary clients and responsibilities the company ...

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The 321 word solution responds to the questions in the problem by discussing goals and objectives from two views: the goals for the benefit of stakeholders and the more specific goals inside the organization.

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