Organization Performance

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Organisational Performance.
The term organisation performance relates to the past, present and future-projected performance of an organisation, thus, the performance of an organisation comprises the actual output measured against the intended outputs (Goals and Objectives).
The role of managers is to ensure that the performance of the organisation is aligned with attaining the goals and objectives of the organisation, by taking necessary steps to ensure that the work (outputs) of an organisation are also aligned with the overall objectives and goals. Organisation Managers’ sets and projects target that are designed or aim to achieving the objectives that are aligned with the mission of the organisations. This also acts as guidance to
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The EFQM excellence model is also based on the principle which recognizes leadership policy and strategy as driving tools for organisations excellent results, by accrediting performances, customers, people and the society.
The Strathclyde police like many other successful organisations now self assess using based on the EFQM model, as a management tool. The application of the EFQM model enables the force to recognize and evaluation of the strength of potential resources, which also provides the opportunity for managers to plan and prioritize goals which are necessary and aimed to enhance the overall performances of the organisation. The application EFQM model also enables and encourages further interaction with is customers (the Public) and enhanced cooperation and partnership with other relevant agencies.
Finally, the EFQM excellence model, provides a clear diagnosis of the Strathclyde police organisation activities, by narrating and linking between the its activities and the results it achieves, by highlighting how the results were achieved, which is crucially useful to the managers’ of the Strathclyde police force in planning and directing resources.

Organisational Strategy.
Organisational strategy can be described as the direction and scope of on organisation over a long-term, which benefits the organisation through the planed use of resources within the challenging environment, for the purpose of fulfilling its objectives and
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