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DEVELOPING A SYSTEM FOR ASSESSMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE USING BALANCED SCORECARD APPROACH AND SAP R/3

@inproceedings{Baker2007DEVELOPINGAS,
  title={DEVELOPING A SYSTEM FOR ASSESSMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE USING BALANCED SCORECARD APPROACH AND SAP R/3},
  author={Gary Baker and Kathleen M. Utecht},
  year={2007}
}
Achieving strategic objectives through effective organizational performance is a typical feature of corporate life. Traditional barometers of performance include productivity, quality, sales, revenues, and, more recently, Human Resource Management (HRM) practices. Of particular interest in this latter gauge, not only in determining how it contributes to organizational performance and the bottom line, but also how HRM practices are measured. While measuring HRM practices remains a challenge, it… 

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