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Reference of SMART Goals
Ana
Does anyone know the reference for SMART goals? I checked in Peter Drucker’s book: “The practice of management” and did not find it. Is really Peter Drucker who invented this acronym? Thank you,
 

 
SMART
Ken
I think the SMART acronym is often misrepresented as Specific Measurable Achievable Realistice and Timebound. I think people have difficulty with the Achievable and Realistic elements. Try Specifc Measurable Alligned Relevant and Timebound. I think it is much better and I actually think this is the correct acronym. Why? Would a Vinci have designed a Helicopter with the usual acronym. Think Realistic!!!
 

 
Who invented SMART
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More on SMART Concept
Ijaz Ali, Student (University), United Kingdom, Member
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First Use and Meaning of Smart Acronym
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
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