Demmke, Christopher. (2006) Governmental, Organisational and Individual Performance. Performance Myths, Performance "Hype" and Real Performance. EIPAScope 2006(1):pp.4-11. [Working Paper]
Today, it is widely accepted that evidence about the impact and the results of many reforms is still insubstantial. Many methodological problems still exist in measuring public performance. Also, many national and comparative studies on performance management and performance measurement are more preoccupied with describing reform measures than with the rigorous empirical verification of claimed results of administrative reforms. This article discusses the state of affairs in the field of performance measurement as well as failures and successes in managing governmental, organisational and individual performance.
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