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Title: Market driven, activity based, performance measurement : a telecommunications company case study
Authors: Sarkis, Joseph
Sammut-Bonnici, Tanya
Keywords: Telecommunication
Beepers (Pagers) -- Malta
Radio paging -- Equipment and supplies -- Case studies
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Performance Management Association
Citation: Sammut-Bonnici, T., & Sarkis, J. (2000). Market driven activity based performance measurement : a telecommunications company example. PM 2000 - Performance Measurement - Past, Present and Future, Cambridge.
Abstract: Developing performance measurement is a necessary element for the effective management of organizations. Performance measurement has been gaining in importance in both operations and management literature. In this paper an evaluation of the development and implementation of performance measures is presented. Investigation of the process from an organizational view-point provides insights into the advantages and disadvantages of a strategic activity-based development framework for performance measurement. General issues and implications for the management of performance measurement development and implementation provide some fundamental guidelines.
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