Factors Affecting Performance Evaluation in Public Organizations
Although performance evaluation has received a lot of attention in the research literature in the last two decades, it still hasn’t reached an universal acceptance as an effective public management instrument. Many public institutions avoid designing and implementing performance evaluation systems, sometimes for good reasons. The paper attempts to contribute to identifying and understanding the factors that influence the utilization of performance evaluation. The study is based on review and analysis of academic research, relevant government documents and personal perspectives, extracting and linking key findings from existing research and practice.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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