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Self-Check “Flash Cards” Chapter 17 Controlling
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Self Check Flash Cards Each slide will present a term, concept, or question. Formulate a mental response (answer). In 7 seconds a correct response will appear. Check your answer. Click the “right” arrow to proceed to the next slide.
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McGraw-Hill/Irwin 1 . What is management control? What are the two major concerns in management control? Management control is the process of ensuring that organizational activities are going according to plan. The two major concerns are stability and objective realization.
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McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2 . Describe a model of the management control process. Outputs from the activity are monitored by some type of sensor and compared to preset standards (normally set during the planning process). The manager acts as the regulator, taking corrective action when outputs do not meet the standards.
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3 . Outline the three basic requirements of control. (1) establish standards,
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