Control processes

Operational control processes, compensation systems, and capital allocation are examples of control processes. A company with thin margins will work hard to keep costs under control on a daily basis. A company that relies on innovation is more likely to give engineers and scientists more leeway in developing new products.

These components comprise the company’s architecture, and they are referred to collectively as MIDAS (Models, Information, Decisions, Actions, and Systems of Control).

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