Management analysis is the process of formulating meaning that is relevant to the direction and control of organizations. This includes analysis of strategy, costs, projects, return on investment, operations, problems, decisions, competition, markets, customer needs and user experience. The following are common types of management analysis followed by a guide to each.
Business Process Analysis
Cost Benefit Analysis
Key Performance Indicator
Lifecycle Cost Analysis
Net Present Value
Rate of Return
Return on Investment
Root Cause Analysis
Target Operating Model
Voice of the Customer
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