Management by Objectives (MBO) is a management process that is popular
Management by Objectives (MBO) is a management process that is popular in many organizations. It is the joint setting of goals and objectives by superiors and subordinates. If you were responsible for setting up an MBO program, which of the following steps would you need to complete the others?
[A]Establish specific goals for various departments, subunits, and individuals
[B]Formulate action plans
[C]Clarify organizational roles
[D]Implement and maintain self-control