Conflicting measurements, Microeconomics

1. Using personal (work) experience or examples found from companies you research or from text book scenarios:

a.  Give an example of at least two "conflicting measurements" being used, and

b.  Explain how/why these are good examples of the point made in the lecture about "misalignments" between links of functions in an organization.

 

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