Isha Machines was a renowned name for quality sewing machines since 1960 Mr Suresh the owner of Isha Machines was worried as the production had declined during the last three months Business studies cbse 2017 class 12
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Isha Machines was a renowned name for quality sewing machines since 1960. Mr. Suresh, the owner of Isha Machines, was worried as the production had declined during the last three months -Business studies cbse 2017 class 12

Isha Machines was a renowned name for quality sewing machines since 1960. Mr. Suresh, the owner of Isha Machines, was worried as the production had declined during the last three months. He directed the Production Manager to find out the reason. The Production Manager ordered the different supervisors to prepare a performance report of the workers working under them. Identify the step taken by the Production Manager that is related to one of the functions of management


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Measurement of actual performance is the step which is taken by the Production manager that is related to controlling function of management.
A note on measurement of actual performance:
Measurement of actual performance is done once some standards are determined. The various techniques for measuring are sample checking, performance reports, personal observation etc. However, in order to facilitate easy comparison, the performance should be measured on same basis that the standards have.
Following are some of the ways for measuring performance:
(a) Superior prepares a report regarding the performance of an employee.
(b) Various ratios like gross profit ratio, debtor turnover ratio, return on investment, current ratio etc. are calculated at periodic intervals to measure company’s performance.
(c) Progress made in areas like marketing can be measured by considering the number of units, increase in market share etc.
(d) In small organisations, each unit produced can be checked personally to ensure the quality standards.
(e) In large organisation, the technique of sample checking is used. Under this technique, some pieces are checked at random for quality specifications.

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