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Performance Management

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Aims

SIG Chair
Jonathan Liu

Aims

The Performance Management SIG was established in May 2000, to provide a forum for the discussion of multi-disciplinary perspectives on performance management and the exploration of the more eclectic and thematic issues facing researchers in this area. Over the years the SIG has contributed to the significant development in our understanding of Performance Management and the system processes developed and adopted by organisations to achieve pre-defined levels of individual and organisational goals and objectives. SIG members have mapped out formal and informal systems as well as reported on the impact of performance measurement and management across different industrial sectors and sizes of organisations globally. Members have shared good practice by communicating their findings at conference meetings and through academic and professional publications. Members have contributed in creating new knowledge by identifying the changing nature of Performance Management in ancillary academic discipline areas such as Strategy, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management and Human Resource Development to performance measurement in the appraisal of performance systems in organisations.  SIG members has contributed by investigating performance management from individual and organisation perspectives.

 

Objectives

  1. To provide opportunities for BAM members from any discipline and at all stages in their careers, to meet and develop their knowledge of performance management.
  2. To provide a network for collaboration on research, writing and other activities in the field of performance management.
  3. To provide a forum for BAM members to share information and ideas about performance management with non-BAM members, through links with relevant organisations and groups.

 

Performance Management SIG Virtual Issues

Virtual Issues of BAM Journals are a source of articles from the British Journal of Management and the International Journal of Management Reviews that focus on the intellectual domain of respective SIGs.

 

If you are preparing an article or thinking about reading lists for a particular course, the virtual issues may be a good place to start.

 

 

Committee Members

Chair

Jonathan Liu: liuj@regents.ac.uk

 

Deputy Chair

Vinh Sum Chau: v.s.chau@kent.ac.uk

 

Treasurer

Olga Makarova: o.v.makarova@gsom.pu.ru

 

Secretary

Luisa Huatuco: luisa.huatuco@york.ac.uk

 

UK Doctoral Representatives

Mukundrai Maru: 1502404@student.uwtsd.ac.uk

 

International Doctoral Representatives

Ryan Armstrong: rcstrong@live.com

 

Early Career/Post-Doctoral Representative

Ihssan Jwijati: Ij37@hw.ac.uk

 

African representative

Ijeoma Anaso: oianaso@yahoo.com

 

Track Chairs

Luisa Huaccho-Huatuco: luisa.huatuco@york.ac.uk

Vinh Sum Chau: v.s.chau@kent.ac.uk

 

Performance Management SIG Virtual Issue

Virtual Issues of BAM Journals are a source of articles from the British Journal of Management and the International Journal of Management Reviews that focus on the intellectual domain of respective SIGs.

If you are preparing an article or thinking about reading lists for a particular course, the virtual issues may be a good place to start.

Performance Management SIG Virtual Issue