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Perspectives on Performance (Inglese – link esterno – PDF 984KB)
La newsletter di PMA (Performance Management Association)
Volume 8, Issue 3, May 2011

Three Types of Executives in Performance Management (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Gary Cokins
In : InfoManagement Direct, June 2, 2011
“An organization cannot consider embracing analytics-based performance management methodologies without the involvement of its executive team. But what type of involvement from them is needed?”

9 Magic Metrics Your Organization Needs to Adopt (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Mark Graham Brown
In: Business Finance, June 2, 2011
“It’s rare a singular metric like turnover or a customer survey score is by itself a good measure of an organization’s performance. Most of the more meaningful measures on dashboards of executives today are indices, made up of three to five submeasures. I review the nine most useful and creative performance measures I have seen in government and business organizations over the last few years”

3 Key Trends in Performance Management and Balanced Scorecard (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Bernard Marr
In: The Intelligent Company, June 11 , 2011
“Bernard Marr, Chief Executive of The Advanced Performance Institute, looks at important developments in the performance management field”

Management innovations for the future of innovation (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Henry Chesbrough
In: Ivey Business Journal, May/June 2011
“The emergence of Open Innovation means, among other things, that innovation management will become more collaborative and that business model innovation will become as important as technological innovation. This author, who coined the term Open Innovation and literally wrote the book on it, has excellent advice for readers”

Why Middle Managers May Be the Most Important People in Your Company (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Ethan Mollik
In: Knowledge@Wharton, May 25, 2011
“Wharton management professor Ethan Mollick has a message for knowledge-based companies: Pay closer attention to your middle managers. They may have a greater impact on company performance than almost any other part of the organization”

Can your business plan survive this stress test? (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Grace Segran
In: Insead Knowledge, April 20, 2011
“The road to success is littered with the wreckage of strategies gone awry. Here is a six-step stress test for your strategy”