Ghobadian, A.; Woo, H.S.; Gallear, D.; Viney, H. and Liu, J. (2001). Benchmarking: concept and practice with particular reference to the finance function. London, UK: CIMA Publishing.
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Benchmarking is simply an attempt to learn from the experiences of other organisations with superior performance and initiate improvement programmes.
Although a simple concept, benchmarking is not simple to implement. It requires careful planning, allocation of resources and creation of conditions conducive to the implementation of the lessons learnt to make it an effective management tool.
The report will help practitioners with no experience of benchmarking to develop a clear understanding of the concept. It will also provide them with an overview of practical aspects of benchmarking and examples of its successful application.
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|Date Deposited:||17 Jul 2006|
|Last Modified:||02 Dec 2010 19:46|
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