October 23, 2008
Global Performance Management study - Respond now to increase your understanding of current best practices and receive your free Executive Summary
Current results from this international study show that over 50 per cent of private sector companies have made significant changes to the performance measures they use in the past few years.
Would you like to learn about these changes and how they affected performance?
Simply complete our survey now to receive a complimentary Executive Summary our final report.
As an employee at any level within a private or public sector organization, your input will be crucial to a successful outcome and your increased understanding of current best practices could be an asset to your organization and career.
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About the Study
Performance Management is a critical business issue that encompasses virtually all enterprises in every industry sector. While there have been some studies that define "best practices" in managing performance, there is no definitive research that correlates specific practices with superior strategic, competitive, operational, and financial outcomes.
This first-ever global study examining performance management practices in private and public sector organizations has been led and developed by a team of professors and recognized industry experts from a global project team including: the University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management; the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland; the University of South Australia; PricewaterhouseCoopers; and CATA.
"Through the research, organizations will be able to contribute to and benefit from the discovery and understanding of leading practices related to the application of performance management approaches and tools," says Philip Townsend, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Leader for PwC Canada's Performance Management services. "Furthermore, participating organizations will also have the ability to benchmark against their peers for comparative purposes in order to gain insights into which best practices are currently being used or potentially required in order to become more effective and competitive."