Dynamic Performance Management: An Approach for Managing the Common Goods

  title={Dynamic Performance Management: An Approach for Managing the Common Goods},
  author={Alberto Sardi and Enrico Sorano},
Public organizations need innovative approaches for managing common goods and to explain the dynamics linking the (re)generation of common goods and organizational performance. Although system dynamics is recognised as a useful approach for managing common goods, public organizations rarely adopt the system dynamics for this goal. The paper aims to review the literature on the system dynamics and its recent application, known as dynamic performance management, to highlight the state of the art… 

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