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      Management Evaluation SOP

      Regrettably, SOP or Standard Operating Procedures have gotten a bad reputation because of the societal and cultural movement toward different schools of thoughts in terms of individualism and micro management.  However, standard operating procedures have not lost any significance because of popular misconceptions.

      Essentially, SOP refers to a set of predetermined rules and actions that are inherently designed to achieve a prearranged set of results. The concepts of individualism or the fast past business world has not influenced the importance of such procedures. Though, because of popular misconceptions, stakeholders have to integrate measures that address concerns such as individualism as well micro management .

      The most logical solution to take advantage of SOP while easing the minds of employees is within SOP itself; if SOP entails measures that put the SOP under constant review and evaluation, the concerns of employees should be eased.  This brings us to the issue of SOP in evaluating management .

      The mere fact that virtually every aspect of daily business is or should be subject to constant review and evaluation, diminishes the argument that executives cannot or should not be measured and evaluated. Yet, there are some additional concerns when it comes to upper level management; which can include the rather subjective nature of decision making that plagues the executive daily duties.

      This is where SOP can have a significant positive impact by establishing neutral set of requirements and points of assessment that would take the subjectivity out of the evaluation process.

      In the coming days and week we will outline specific procedures and measure to enhance effectiveness and efficiency in such SOP.

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