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Author: Mills
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Wight (Oliver) Publications Inc.,U.S. (February 28, 1995)
Pages: 146 pages
Category: Perfomance
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The GEM Principle: Six Steps to Creating a High Performing Organization. External benchmarking compares the performance of one organization with others like itself in the same industry or across industries, while internal benchmarking compares similar operations (individuals, departments, branches) within an organization. Reference: Efficiency Analysis of Marketing Organizations with Interconnected Departments.

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You take on that question with regard to high-performance organizations and say that they are made, not born. Of the 12 principles you outline in your book, was there a principle that made the list that you didn’t expect? They were a few. Maybe the most unexpected was that relating to the Performance Gap.

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Ball mills characterized by high energy consumption. Therefore, the work of the mill with partial load conditions is unprofitable. Energy consumption for ball mills is a function of many factors: the physical properties of the ground material – its specific gravity and hardness; the degree of drum filling by grinding balls; the number of drum rotations, etc.

Mills, D. Q. The GEM Principle . Essex Junction, VT: Oliver Wight Publications, 1994. Albert J. Weatherhead, Jr. Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus. View Profile View Publications . More from the Author.

It is these principles, and not anything special about Dalio, that he believes are the reason behind whatever success he has had. He is now at a stage in his life that he wants to pass them along to others to do whatever they think is appropriate to do with them. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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