Management by Objectives vs. Control Self Assessment


 
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Management by Objectives vs. Control Self Assessment
Gabriel
In the principle of Management By Objective, MBO, just like Facilitated Team Workshop in Control Self Assessment, CSA, points out the importance of involvement of employees in decision making.
This makes the employees feel like they are part of the system. They will assume the processes as theirs and they will be better equipped to give qualitative feedback to the managers or supervisors.
 

 























 


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