Result Oriented Management versus Management by Objectives

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Result Oriented Management versus Management by Objectives
Sounds very much like management by objectives (MBO). What are the differences?

Result Oriented Management
Ajao Ayodolapo
It is leadership that works. It's leading with a design, a clear focus in view and excellent relational approach to team work.

Improved Organisational Performance
Hazel Mamae Kavanamur
The process has allowed improved dialogue within organisations and individuals about how they can work together and what they need to do to achieve their organisational objectives. It has "transformed the mindsets" of research scientists to focus on the real needs of the people and what they are able to deliver within their resource allocations.



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