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Statement of Corporate Intent MAC Business 1 July 2006 to 30 June 2009



Statement of Corporate Intent MAC Business 1 July 2006 to 30 June 2009

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2.4 Summary of Performance Matrix and Reporting Framework The reporting against this MAC Business Statement of Corporate Intent will be in the form of a quarterly report and year end report to the Board and Minister for both level 1 and 2 Key Performance Indicators. Further, it is envisaged that TIO's Annual Report (incorporating the MAC Business) for 2006/07 will report to the Minister the results of these Level 1 and 2 Key Performance Indicators. Corporate Vision Alignment "the No. 1 provider of Insurance and Banking for Territorians" Measurement Key Result Areas relevant to MAC Business Performance Customers People Community Level 1 KPIs MAC Related Key Corporate Strategies relevant to achieve MAC Business outcomes (3 year focus) Pru Cult gair Dis1 MIS Tec Cus Jenti ural is ribut hnolc tome al Management ChangeProductivity and efficiency ion )gy vision r focus N Level 2 KPIs MAC Business Objectives and implementation strategies (3 year focus) High Ie with st to achi vel o rate| eve t bjectives jies/actions hem Level 3 KPIs MAC Business Plans (1 year focus) Level 4 KPIs Completed/ not completed 16 Statement of Corporate Intent - MAC

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