Performance measurement: questions for tomorrow

U. Bititci, P. Garengo, V. Dörfler, K. Mendibil

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Ever since Johnson and Kaplan (1987) published their seminal article performance measurement gained increasing popularity both in practice and research with over 3600 articles between 1994 and 1996. A précis of the literature on global and business trends predicts that the world is heading towards a networking era dominated by global autopoietic networks. A systematic review of the performance measurement literature concludes that although historically the performance measurement literature had tracked the global business trends our current state of knowledge on performance measurement is not complete and a number of fundamental questions remain unanswered, particularly in the context of future trends.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2009
EventAdvanced Production Management Systems -
Duration: 1 Jan 1900 → …

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ConferenceAdvanced Production Management Systems
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Performance measurement
Future trends
Global network
Global business
Networking
Systematic review

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Bititci, U., Garengo, P., Dörfler, V., & Mendibil, K. (2009). Performance measurement: questions for tomorrow. Paper presented at Advanced Production Management Systems, .
Bititci, U. ; Garengo, P. ; Dörfler, V. ; Mendibil, K. / Performance measurement: questions for tomorrow. Paper presented at Advanced Production Management Systems, .
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