Organizational growth and performance management provide two important research topics for both enterprises and public sector organizations. Improving performance levels, or at least keeping them stable over time, is a hot topic not only for business executives and entrepreneurs, but also for managers and policy makers in public and non-profit institutions. How best to design Planning & Control (P&C) systems to support organizational performance management and assessment in a sustainability perspective? This paper illustrates the need for a methodological framework that would link system dynamics to P&C systems so as to support decision-makers in managing organizational performance, as well as to foster sustainable growth and monitor crisis prevention. The need for this conceptual framework is discussed in the paper.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Systemic Management for Intelligent Organizations: Concepts, Model-Based Approaches, and Applications|
|Numero di pagine||18|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2012|
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