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The Aims and objectives is a systematic and organized approach that allows management to focus on achievable goals and to attain the best possible results from available resources. It's Aims to increase organizational performance by aligning goals and subordinates objectives through out the organization. Ideally an employee gets strong input to identify their objectives time line for completion.

Managers focus on the results not the activity. They delicates tasks by negotiating a contract of goal with their subordinates without dictating a detail roadmap for implementation. Setting yourself objectives and than breaking these down into more specific goals or key results.

Make sure that everybody within the organization has the clear understanding of the aims or objectives, of that organization, as well as the awareness of their own roles and responsibilities in achieving those aims. The complete system is to get manager and empowered employees acting to implements and achieve their plans which automatically those goals of the organization.

Objectives are written down for each level organization and the individual are given specific Aims and targets. The principles behind this is to ensure that people know what the organization is trying to achieve, what their part of the organization must do to tell those aims, and how, as individual, they are expected to help. This presupposes that organization program and method has been fully considered. If they have not started by the constructing team objectives and ask the team members to share in the process.

Aims and Objectives should be focused

Your objectives should be precise and keep their numbers small. Most people disobey this rule, try to focus on everything and end up with no focus at all. If you want your aims and objective to be effective than those objectives fit within the overall company objectives set by the board of directors. A manager's job should be based on the task to be performed in...

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