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How to Improve Your Company's Performance

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How to Improve Your Company's Performance
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740304596
Number of pages: 55

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This book is about auditing and improving the performance of your small, medium-sized or large company. It contains a business model, several performance dimensions, over 190 audit questions, over 40 performance measures, an evaluation approach, improvement recommendations and implementation guidelines for your review and consideration in your future review efforts.

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