With the adoption of Performance Measurement
Framework, the SAI Pakistan will not only measure its own performance but will also be able to participate in its own Peer Reviews and External Reviews as well as peer reviews and external reviews of other SAIs.
The question is why the performance measurement
has become such an important topic in recent years.
Secondly, performance measurement
is utilized to explain or demonstrate the performance achieved by a program.
Obviously, this kind of commitment requires that executives, managers, staff, and elected officials understand and use performance measurement
done in this mode has no informational value to the citizens.
As more companies use performance measurement
systems, someone within the company--or advising it--will be needed to assist in their design and implementation.
The literature discussing specific technical competencies for performance measurement
is surprisingly limited, although this aspect is mentioned in older literature (Pressman and Wildsavsky 1973; Sabatier and Mazmanian 1979).
Following a brief presentation of statistics and cases that illustrate expanding performance measurement
initiatives in the public sector, the book suggests that while it no longer can be asserted that government productivity is unmeasurable, substantive use of the reported measures in decision-making processes is lacking.
A free PDF version of the book and more information about nonprofit performance measurement
are available at www.
Every enterprise has the potential to be perfectly designed to achieve the results it attains, and performance measurements
embedded in the company's structure are what drive management's behavior to achieve them.
Through the years, performance measurement
has defied the fate of both generals and management reforms.
A balanced performance measurement
system (often referred to as a balanced scorecard) is a set of quantifiable business measurements derived from an organization's strategies, goals and objectives.