Joining accommodating unbalancing tracking and boundary making
A company’s planning process sets a number of corporate goals in response to different priorities.
Headquarters tries to include something for everyone as it exhorts the company to: grow aggressively in promising market segments; stay number one in product quality, markets, and technology; attract and hold superior management and technical personnel; diversify; provide a stable revenue stream, a superior return on investment, steady dividends, a superior price-earnings ratio; and maintain a conservative debt policy.
In the end, certain preconceptions about corporate goals and setting were radically revised.In practice, they are deeply rooted in the CEO’s values and […] " One of the primary responsibilities of the CEO of any major corporation is to articulate the company’s financial goals as a tangible focus for its business mission and strategy.In practice, they are deeply rooted in the CEO’s values and political philosophy, and they draw persuasive power from the depth of that conviction.The company’s profits more than satisfied required funds for investment, and Company A accumulated substantial financial reserves.
The CEO’s leadership was strongly supported by the board and applauded by the financial community.
Certainly in the short run, someone’s self-interest must bow to the greater good.