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Title: Exploring Performance Measurement Practices In Algerian Organizations
Authors: نبيل شنن
عبد الرؤوف حجاج
Keywords: Performance Measurement
Strategic Direction
Organizational Culture
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2018
Series/Report no.: Volume 4, Numéro 1 2018;
Abstract: The study aimed to explore the performance measurement practices in Algerian organizations (institutions), in addition to studying the impact of the contingency factors on these practices by knowing the effect of size, organizational culture, strategic direction and the type of industry on performance measurement practices. To achieve the objectives of the study, a questionnaire was designed to collect data, which was distributed to a sample of 68 organizations. The study found that Algerian organizations adopt largely traditional performance measurement practices while there is a weak adoption of modern practices. The results also showed that performance measurement practices are affected only by size, while the strategic direction, organizational culture and type of industry have no impact on performance measurement practices in Algerian organizations
Description: Algerian Studies of Accounting and Financial Review
ISSN: 2437-0215
Appears in Collections:Volume 4, Numéro 1 2018

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