2019

Performance Management Systems: Reviewing the Rise of Dynamics and Digitalization

Reprint No. 2019:58

Author(s): Jonatan Sahlin and Jannis AngelisYear: 2019 Title: Cogent Business & Management Volume (No.): 6 (1)
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Performance Management Systems: Reviewing the Rise of Dynamics and Digitalization Jonatan Sahlin and Jannis Angelis


Purpose: Given the rise of big data and use of analytics, this study explores how the performance measurement systems research field has incorporated dynamic aspects and digitalization prevalent in rapidly changing and competitive environments.


Reference:
Sahlin, Jonatan and Jannis Angelis (2019), "Performance Management Systems: Reviewing the Rise of Dynamics and Digitalization". Cogent Business & Management 6(1), .

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