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1 September 1966 Financial Analysts Journal Volume 22, Issue 5

Management Appraisal

  1. William D. Hall

All too often, the subject of management is given only cursory attention by analysts. One articulate corporate officer, George Olmsted, Jr., of the S. D. Warren Company, has commented on this oversight in his company’s latest annual report.

The author suggests several types of questions that analysts might raise in discussing the adequacy of management. The article covers two areas: the management team and planning. Included in the management team are considerations of organization, composition, training and compensation. Included in planning are questions concerning objectives, the planning system, organization for planning, and venture planning.

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