- Using examples define the five basic performance objectives. Then discuss how each is applicable to both the internal and external environment of an organization of your choice.
Among all the strategies for improving the performance and needs along with the savings of the organization, the most important objective is defined with 5 biggest key performance objectives. Those 5 key important objectives will include Quality, Speed/Time, Dependability, Flexibility and Costs. Let us discuss these 5 needs of objectives below.
- Quality: quality is the first and the foremost factor considered by the organization to attain the goals and its objective in a very efficient way. The reduction of a single percent of quality in any of the process of manufacturing will result in greater loss of impact and quality. So, each and every stage of organizing production and the control should be checked with guaranteed and assured quality control management services to provide the best products ever.
- Speed/Time: Speed and time are nothing but the duration and the amount of efficiency and performance provided by the organization to develop and to create an innovative product with the best quality in design and outreach. Doing things fast will not be sufficient. The organization should make use of the smart working measures to produce best quality of products in a short span.