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  1. History of Performance
  2. Definitions of Performance
  3. Why measure performance?
    1. The different types of performance within the company
    2. Why measure performance?
  4. There are three levels of internal public. These levels are considered public decision-making levels
  5. Conclusion

According to MEDIADICO, the performance of the company is based on the torque value for money. The two terms are inseparable as it is, or to minimize costs or maximize the value of output (response to a client's needs or a social group), but optimized (Making the best use something) the relationship between the two.

Performance in business is defined as all that and only that which helps to improve the torque value for money, that is to say, to improve the net value creation. For cons, the action that helps reduce the cost and increase the value, isolation, is not necessarily a performance unless it improves the value / cost balance or value - cost ratio.

However, the torque value for money appears only when products or services are sold. It therefore appears too late to help monitor the activities of the company. Therefore, to contribute to the improvement in the value for money, we must first translate this couple more tangible elements of appreciation. That is to say, describe in overall terms, how the whole company, creates and will create value by providing the types of products and services? How Customer? And assuming what activities internally?

It is therefore necessary to translate the torque value for money in more concrete strategic objectives and to design future developments. It is from these strategic objectives we seek to define concrete action rules in the various activities of the company.

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