Frameworks for developing performance measures, Operation Management

Frameworks for Developing Performance Measures 

There are a number of approaches which will be described here in broad terms: 

  • The Kaplan and Norton balanced scorecard framework
  • Oregon productivity matrix
  • Sink and Tuttle strategic matrix
  • The Fitzgerald model
  • Carl Thor 'family of measures'
  • Curtis and Kastner stakeholder model
  • Theory of constraints (TOC)
  • Neely and Adams performance prism
  • Benchmarking.

 

At first glance, you may be thinking, why are there so many approaches and methodologies? Isn't there a best approach? The answer is no, there isn't one single best approach, at least not yet.

Each approach provides its own unique perspective. Each approach is valid and in its own way provides management with a lens with which to examine a particular situation.

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