Components of an Effective Benchmarking Objective



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  • August 5, 2010
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  • Travis Colton
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In response to a question about setting goals for benchmarking and how high-level they should be, APQC project manager Travis Colton outlines the elements a workable goal or objective will have. High-level goals can be set if they are anchored with more tangible or quantifiable success criteria.

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