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Understanding the Impact of Culture on Performance Measurement System: Evidence From Bangladesh

Shaheen, F and Nudurupati, S and Petty, DJ (2016) Understanding the Impact of Culture on Performance Measurement System: Evidence From Bangladesh. In: Performance Measurement Association Conference 2016, 26 June 2016 - 29 June 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

While it is important to understand performance measurement (PM) in developing nations, only little research is focussed in this area. The overall aim of this research is to understand the relationships between PM and organizational culture in the context of Bangladesh. Case study approach was adopted to achieve the overall aim. The findings suggest that adopting authoritative management style at these organisations enabled successful implementation of PMS, which is fuelled by highly motivated employees with performance related reward system.However, lack of expertise, trained workforce and holistic implementation are acting as significant barriers and preventing themfrom full potential benefits.

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