The prime goals of company management are to secure the company’s long-term survival and to generate attractive returns. Various strategic and operational controlling requirements can be derived from these goals (included the balanced scorecard, etc.).
Strategic controlling supports management on the one hand through a strategic mindset that leads to a forward-looking corporate culture in all functional areas of the company and on the other through coordination in the establishment of an infrastructure to support the strategic planning and implementation process.
The task of operational controlling is to support management in setting up a results-oriented planning and controlling system and to provide a quantitative apparatus for result-oriented controlling within the company.
A professional system combining strategic and operational controlling makes it easier for you to keep track of your management performance.