How To Write
Corporate Results Statements


Corporate Results - Defined
Corporate results are normally stated in terms of quantifiable outputs that the organization has achieved. These are the results against which the performance if the organization is ultimate measured.

A corporate results statement is simply a short statement summarizing the specific quantifiable outcomes of various corporate activities. Normally, they will be grouped under the coinciding objectives and goals.

For example; for the following corporate goal:

"To produce and distribute to dealers at least 10,000 vehicles by year-end".

The corresponding results statement would be something like:

"Total finished vehicle production for the year was 9,350, a shortfall of 650 vehicles or 6.5% from the annual target of 10,000 vehicles".

Another example; for the following corporate goal:

"To organize and host an international conference on the subject of the role of human factors in aviation occurrences".

The corresponding results statement would be something like:

"The planned international conference on the role of human factors in aviation occurrences was held in Montreal, Canada during the week of Oct. 15-20. The conference was attended by more than 200 delegates from a total of 85 countries. Forty two papers were presented which we published in a post-conference Compendium of Papers, copies of which were distributed to the international aviation community at large."

Writing Tip:
When drafting results statements, tie them directly to the specific goal or objective to which they refer and provide as many measurable results as possible to allow meaningful comparison with the goal or objective being covered.

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