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Unformatted text preview: plan Periodically review performance Give performance appraisal Reward employees appropriately Model of the MBO Process
Model Management by Objectives
Management For MBO to be successful, the following needs to happen: – Top management must be committed
– It must be applied organizationwide
– Objectives are structured in a unified hierarchy, becoming more specific at lower levels of the organization Project Planning and Management
Project planning specifies the necessary resources allocations, schedules, tasks, and other actions to complete a project Project management is achieving a set of goals through planning, scheduling, and maintaining progress of the activities that comprise the project The Project Life Cycle
The Planning for a Turbulent Environment
Planning Contingency planning Scenario planning Crisis planning – Crisis prevention
– Crisis preparation Designating a crisis management team and spokesperson Creating a detailed crisis management plan Setting up an effective communication system...
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- Spring '13