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Scoring strategic performance: a pragmatic constructivist approach to strategic performance measurement

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Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Management and Governance
Volume17
DOIs
StatePublished - 2013

Abstract

This paper analyses the characteristics of good strategic performance
that contribute to the overall performance of a successful company. We apply a
framework of pragmatic constructivism in order to analyse and measure strategic
performance. We use the model for performance measurement based on pragmatic
constructivism for the more specific topics of measuring, assessing and analysing
strategic performance as opposed to operational performance. This paper analyses
the characteristics of strategic performance that successfully enhance the overall
performance of the company. The purpose is to outline a framework for strategic
performance measurement that can be used to guide and measure strategic leadership.
The framework focuses on the concepts of coherence and coherence tracing as
the basic concepts for strategic performance and thus the task for strategic performance
measurement.

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