Behavior-based interview questions: MANAGEMENT CONTROL

MANAGEMENT CONTROL


DEFINITION
Establishing procedures to monitor one’s own job activities and
responsibilities or to monitor the tasks and activities of employees; taking
action to monitor the results of delegated assignments or projects.
Some jobs require the employees to track and control activities,
assignments, tasks and projects.  This can be done through direct
observation, reports, systems, etc.
POSSIBLE QUESTIONS
1. How do you check to see that assignments are accomplished?
2. Describe procedures you use to monitor your own job activities and
responsibilities or to monitor the tasks and activities of employees.
3. Do you keep minutes of your meetings or notes  from discussions?
What do you do with them?

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