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Designing effective team-based performance measurement systems : an integrated approach

MacBryde, J.C. and Mendibil, K. (2005) Designing effective team-based performance measurement systems : an integrated approach. Production Planning and Control, 16 (2). pp. 208-225. ISSN 0953-7287

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Abstract

Measuring the performance of teams and, in particular, designing effective team-based performance measurement systems (TPMS) can be a difficult task. The purpose of this paper is to take the reader through the development and testing of a construct that provides an integrated approach to facilitate the design of TPMS. This construct was developed and tested based on a rigorous set of criteria adopted from constructive research theory as well as from existing performance measurement literature. The construct was tested in a series of workshops described in this paper. The data gathered during these workshops demonstrates the novelty and validity of the construct. The paper should be of interest to managers, team leaders and indeed anyone who is interested in monitoring and managing team performance. The paper will also be of interest to academics working in the fields of performance measurement and team management.