Look to shareholders - financial perspective, Operation Management

Look to Shareholders - Financial Perspective 

In this perspective, the company identifies individual function contribute to the accomplishment of its overall mission and strategic goals. Moreover, performance measures for plans and processes are also considered. Typically, goals have to do with profitability, growth and shareholder value.

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