Strategic Management and Performance Measurement – A Connected or Disconnected Duo? Evidences from Croatian Public Administration
Keywords: strategic management, strategic planning, performance measurement, performance dimensions, Croatia
AbstractThe paper examines the link between strategic management and performance measurement in the public sector. The main hypothesis is that the stages of strategic management development are positively correlated with the number of performance dimensions measured by public organisations. In order to examine the stated hypothesis results from the empirical research conducted in Croatian public administration are being presented. A questionnaire has been sent to 253 central and local organisations and additional interviews have been conducted. The results confirm the hypothesis and determine that the enhancement of strategic planning and management is one of the main stimuli for performance measurement in Croatia.
How to Cite
Manojlović, R. (2017). Strategic Management and Performance Measurement – A Connected or Disconnected Duo? Evidences from Croatian Public Administration. Central European Public Administration Review, 15(1), 11–31. https://doi.org/10.17573/ipar.2017.1.01
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