Key points to consider:
Companies do not operate on a vacuum. They need to monitor their performance. The structure of the company can give some idea of how they control. What they report to the public and to shareholders can illustrate how they control and monitor their performance.
Controlling may involve setting standards, measuring actual performance, and taking corrective action.
Companies are also controlled: Government agencies can control companies, legislation can restrict what companies can and cannot do. For example the airline industry's operating regulations are controlled by government.
Controlling involves three components:
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