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Benchmarking - types, procedures and suitability for agricultural merchant branches

, : Benchmarking - types, procedures and suitability for agricultural merchant branches. Bericht Informationsmanagement in Agrar und Ernahrungswirtschaft Reihe B, Unternehmensfuhrung, Organisation und Management ( 95/3): 27 pp.

Many possible uses of the management tool 'benchmarking' are outlined. It is a targeted system oriented on results and can be used to support current management objectives related to quality and the environment. By the creation of an organization structure with an ability to learn, it aims to make all groups involved in an enterprise aware of the need to increase the flexibility of the business's reaction to altered conditions.

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