- Modular Organization
- Comprehensive Resource Management
- Manageable Span of Control
- Management by Objectives
The Correct Answer:
D. Management by Objectives is a management characteristic that includes developing and issuing assignments, plans, procedures, and protocols to accomplish tasks.
The incident command system generally consists of 14 national incident management system characteristics. Management by objectives is one of these characteristics. The direction by goals is usually responsible for establishing the measurable and specific incident objectives.
They are also responsible for identifying the tasks, activities, tactics, and strategies to achieve an incident’s goals. Documenting all the results for the objectives and issuing and developing the procedures, protocols, plans, and assignments is also management’s responsibility by objective characteristics.
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