Organisations differ greatly in which aspects of their behaviour and results constitute good performance. For example their aim could be to make profits, to increase the share price, to cure patients in a hospital, or to clear household rubbish. The concept of ‘performance’ is very relevant to both P3 and P5. P3 looks at how organisations can make decisions that improve their strategic performance and, of course, P5 is called ‘Advanced Performance Management’ and is focused on how organisations evaluate their performance.
The primary required tasks are often found in the organisation’s mission statement as it is there that the organisation’s purpose should be defined. These are called ‘primary required tasks’ because although the primary task of a profit-seeking business is to make profits, this rests on other subsidiary tasks such as good design, low cost per unit, quality, flexibility, successful marketing and so on. Many of these are non-financial achievements.
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