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Traditional goal setting

In traditional goal setting, goals set by top managers flow down through the organization and become sub goals for each organizational area.

 This traditional perspective assumes that top managers know what’s best because they see the “big picture”. And the goals passed down to each succeeding level guide individual employees as they work to achieve those assigned goals.

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