For example, while discussing strategic accountability, Min Young Jung contrasted result-based and process-based management styles in regard to the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of missionary strategies and achievements on the field.
What does PBM stand for?
PBM stands for Process-Based Management (Process Based Management Institute; Consortium of Advanced Management, International)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 175 other meanings of PBM in our Acronym Attic
- Pool Boiling Module
- Population Balance Modelling
- Portable Bitmap (black and white image format)
- Power Balance Model (US NASA)
- Powerful beyond Measure (Washington, DC)
- Prescription Benefit Manager
- Pressurized Berthing Module
- Previously Banned Member (Internet slang)
- Pricing Benchmark
- Probability-Based Matching
- Process-Based Model (mathematics)
- Professional Business Manager (software)
- Program Budget Memorandum
- Program Business Management
- Proses Belajar Mengajar (Indonesian: Teaching and Learning)
- Proud Bald Man
- Prudential Building Maintenance Corporation
- Publications Manual (LANL)
- Pharmacy Benefit Manager 1
- Palm Beach Maritime Academy (Florida)
Samples in periodicals archive:
And, finally, Visual Guide to ISO 9001 (2000), presents significant revisions in the new ISO 9000 standards, such as those pertaining to the use of process-based management, continuous improvement, and customer satisfaction.
ADVANTAGES OF ABC WITH PROCESS-BASED MANAGEMENT Activity-based costing (ABC) systems were developed to provide more accuracy in assigning indirect and support costs to activities, business processes, products, services, and customers (Kaplan and Atkinson, 1998; Krumwiede 1998).
It acknowledges the relevance of process-based management systems in hygiene control.
This ability to take a system view of the organization, beyond functional efficiencies, is referred to as process-based management (PBM).