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The Performance of a Corporation
The performance of a corporation is an extremely important aspect in how a company is perceived. Every employee must demonstrate a correct form of professionalism in order to give the corporation a respectable name for it. Otherwise the creditability of the corporation may be hindered. According to Brealey et al., the market value of the company’s shares reflects investor’s expectations about future performance. Investors pay attention to current profits and investment but they also avidly forecast investment and growth. In correlation to Scripture, God expects us to work hard in every aspect of our lives. Ecclesiastes 9:10 states, “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the realm of the where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom.” And in Ephesians 6:7 it states, “Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people.” These verses ties in how we are to perform highly everyday. When seeking God’s counsel with our whole heart, we are exemplifying him to world. This applies working for His kingdom and for our employer. If we are not to give God work that is lackluster, that means we cannot do the same our boss. Low performance ratings affect the corporation as a whole. Ensuring that things are ran smoothly, corporate performance management monitors improves the capability of a business. Providing three important values to the business; information delivery, performance oversight, and performance effectiveness. These values help to understand, manage and improve the business. (Riverside, 2006)

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