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The terms Goals and Objectives are often used within a business interchangeably. They do however have different attributes and purposes. Scope Goals are expressed in broader terms than objectives. A Goal describes a general intention and is neither specific nor … Continue reading
It is absolutely essential, when either building a business from scratch or extending one that already exists, that a specific set of objectives be established. Supporting and aligning to a business vision and mission statement concrete goals and objectives strongly … Continue reading
All organisations should have formulated a set of goals and objectives, derived from their mission and vision statements and supporting their business strategy. The completeness of these goals and how they are managed can influence the ability of the organisation … Continue reading