Strategic Performance Management

Marr, Bernard
January 2011
Strategic Performance Management - Business Book Summaries;1/17/2011, p1
Book Summary
Book Summary
In Strategic Performance Management, Bernard Marr combines his expertise, research, and observations into a detailed navigation of Strategic Performance Management, the process of managing and measuring organizational performance. The components of this practice include identifying tangible and intangible value drivers, creating core competencies that are linked to the organization�s value proposition, and establishing meaningful performance indicators, which in turn can be used to gain insights, make decisions, evaluate future directions, and improve learning.


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