Methods of evaluating performance; characteristics of control systems; aspects of preventive, concurrent, corrective supervisory control
November 5th, 2022
Describe methods of evaluating performance to increase productivity and profitability
List the characteristics of control systems
Compare positive and negative aspects of preventive, concurrent, and corrective supervisory control
Create a summary that discusses what “control” means to you as you carry out your “jobs” in life-as a student, citizen, employee, parent, friend, and so on.
Be specific in your examples and think in terms of the preventive, concurrent, and corrective controls that you use for different aspects of your life. Adapt to your own life the elements of effective supervision: for example, budget controls, investments, short-term and long-term planning, directing, and organizing.