Designing and implementing a performance measurement system

Gosselin, Maurice
November 2010
CMA Management;Nov2010, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
The article stresses the importance of designing and implementing an efficient performance measurement system among organizations. It notes that it is wise to create performance drivers because it is an element that create value within the organization. It mentions some requirements when designing and implementing a performance measurement system which includes identifying the organization's goals, strategies, objectives and key success factors and developing an implementation team.


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