Performance management is maturing as an effective organizational approach in public organizations around the world, but the existing models have limitations that must be addressed. The international comparative case study analysis in this article presents policy recommendations and organizational strategies on how regional governments can create more robust performance management systems for higher levels of accountability and transparency in a time of global economic crisis. These include the consideration of organizational structure regarding alignment, control, and culture, the positive impact of performance management legislation, the role of executive leadership, and the need for an informational infrastructure that supports performance management.

Performance management is maturing as an effective organizational approach in public organizations around the world, but the existing models have limitations that must be addressed. The international comparative case study analysis in this article presents policy recommendations and organizational strategies on how regional governments can create more robust performance management systems for higher levels of accountability and transparency in a time of global economic crisis. These include the consideration of organizational structure regarding alignment, control, and culture, the positive impact of performance management legislation, the role of executive leadership, and the need for an informational infrastructure that supports performance management. © 2012 M.E. Sharpe, Inc. All rights reserved.

Bianchi, C., Rivenbark, W.C. (2012). A comparative analysis of performance management systems: The cases of sicily and North Carolina. PUBLIC PERFORMANCE & MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 35(3), 509-526 [10.2753/PMR1530-9576350307].

A comparative analysis of performance management systems: The cases of sicily and North Carolina

BIANCHI, Carmine;
2012-01-01

Abstract

Performance management is maturing as an effective organizational approach in public organizations around the world, but the existing models have limitations that must be addressed. The international comparative case study analysis in this article presents policy recommendations and organizational strategies on how regional governments can create more robust performance management systems for higher levels of accountability and transparency in a time of global economic crisis. These include the consideration of organizational structure regarding alignment, control, and culture, the positive impact of performance management legislation, the role of executive leadership, and the need for an informational infrastructure that supports performance management.
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Bianchi, C., Rivenbark, W.C. (2012). A comparative analysis of performance management systems: The cases of sicily and North Carolina. PUBLIC PERFORMANCE & MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 35(3), 509-526 [10.2753/PMR1530-9576350307].
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