Effectiveness is the capability of producing a desired result in which objectives are achieved or the targeted problems are solved.
In contrast to efficiency, effectiveness is determined without reference to costs and doing the right thing. Peter Drucker stated in his book The Effective Executive (2006) that effectiveness can and must be learned.
Looking from a business and management perspective, this competence is a very important aspect because it determines it success, flexibility and adaptability. It is difficult to measure within an organization. When targets are achieved within the agreed period, one can speak of effectiveness. It is important in this to motivate employees and to gain a clear understanding of their way of working.
There have been lots of scientific and practical studies on this competence for a learning point of view. What are the most known and used models and methods? What are their success stories and practical tips when you apply these? These posts are all about great effectivity tools and methods that can help you to achieve your goal or understand certain aspects that come with this competence.
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