Modern management instruments—control of a water resources management association by means of an agreement on targets (balanced scorecard)

von Seidlitz, A.E.; Londong, J.
August 2001
Water Science & Technology;2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2/3, p119
Academic Journal
Examines the water supply and sewage disposal in Germany. Concern on disposal reliability; Application of a holistic corporate control system; Incorporation of financial variables to the economic valuation of corporate success.


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