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Introduction: Setting Business Unit Goals
Introduction: Setting Business Unit Goals

Setting department and business unit goals requires leaders to translate higher-level corporate goals down to the business unit, and then break them down further into team and individual goals. This means defining goals, then linking them to strategy, financial results, and incentives. Leaders must also sanity check goals to ensure there are no unintended consequences arising from goals that are improperly set.

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Business Leadership

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