Organizational Sabotage - The Malpractice of Management By Objective by Ken Craddock & Kelly Allan - Innovation, quality and productivity suffer from the abuse of MBOs Objectives are essential to a business.
Michel Baudin's insight:
This article brings a new perspective on the discussion of the same topic in my blog at http://wp.me/p1UTIj-OP.
HBR, on its 90th anniversary, equates good management with having long-term goals with tough but achievable short-term performance targets, financial incentives to reward high performers and punish underperformers, and a monitoring system to rigorously collect and analyze performance data. If you don't have these things, then, by definition, your company is badly managed. After conducting a worldwide survey, the article's authors concluded that, indeed, most companies are. Management By Objectives, anyone? I thought we were moving past that debate.
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