Advantages And Disadvantages Of Management Control System

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More and more organizations utilize a management control system (MCS). A MCS can assist an organization with evaluating the organization, as well as implementing corporate strategies that will enable the organization to roll out corporate-wide systems.
Typically a MCS covers the administrative and financial areas of an organization. A MCS is designed based on the policies, procedures and methods derived by senior management, with built in controls and assurances that will monitor and safeguard the organization. There are pros and cons to implementing a MCS, but at a minimum it will force a company to organize their company, and to look at the different areas in an attempt to create an evaluation system. The MCS will identify the key operational components that are essential to the business operation. As the MCS is designed, it will incorporate cost, budgets, measurements, and most importantly reporting. “Managerial control is essential to efficient management. It helps the managers to
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It is because of the structure of the MCS. The system consisted of levels that were implemented by the legislators. Based on the design, each school’s principal played a significant role in the teacher’s score. In this scenario it was being controlled at the highest level. For example, if it was a pyramid, the Legislators are at the top, the department of education, and next are the principals. If it was a decentralized approach, MCS would be distributed at various levels and functions that incorporate the goals. The weighted power would be evenly distributed among the process. For the areas that may be considered subjective, the decentralized approach would limit the ability for those areas to impact the final results in an overwhelming or questionable way.
Based on what you 've just read, what do you think makes the feedback control system successful in the United

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