Statistical Methods and Corporate Performance Term Paper by Master Researcher

Statistical Methods and Corporate Performance
Examines the role of statistical methods in measuring corporate performance.
# 32975 | 2,400 words | 5 sources | APA | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 30, 2003 in Business (Statistics) , Business (Management)

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This paper examines the usage of statistical methods in corporate performance measurement and examines the specific models and methods used in measuring performance. The paper discusses how statistics have a central place in measuring corporate performance and concludes that performance measurement and analysis should use combined statistical methods and approaches.

From the Paper:

"Corporate performance measures are those fundamental measures of performance used by organizations to assess the "health" of the organization and to provide focused direction to operations and support managers. In order to measure the corporation's intangible assets (customer relationships, internal business processes, and employee learning) and align the corporation's strategy, there's a need in control and performance measurement methods.
"Nevertheless, the tasks of evaluating the latest performance measures and aligning the corporation's strategy accordingly pose serious challenges to managers who must balance daily business demands with long-term strategic goals. The usage of statistics to meet these goals and to design a comprehensive performance analysis is vital."

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