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SEARCHING FOR A STRATEGIC FIT An Empirical Analysis of the Conditions for Performance Management Implementation in U.S. Federal Agencies

Title
SEARCHING FOR A STRATEGIC FIT An Empirical Analysis of the Conditions for Performance Management Implementation in U.S. Federal Agencies
Author
김석은
Keywords
external political environments; managerial capacity; performance management implementation; strategic fit
Issue Date
2012-09
Publisher
Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis LTD
Citation
Public Performance & Management Review, Sep 2012, 36(1), P.31-53
Abstract
Performance management (PM) has become the dominant approach to federal management reform. In compliance with government requirements, federal agencies have been implementing a variety of PM activities, but with quite different levels of success. Based on the notion of strategic fit-i.e., that a strategy can work for an organization only when it fits well with the organization's external and internal environments-this study examined the conditions that can affect the implementation of PM within federal agencies. The analysis included two major groups of factors-external political environments (structural insulation, influences from external political authorities) and managerial capacity (strategic planning capacity, analytical capacity). Data collected from 103 federal agencies provide general support for the importance of these factors in PM implementation. Implications of the findings for PM in government organizations, and for the broader issue of administrative reform, are discussed.
URI
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.2753/PMR1530-9576360102
ISSN
1530-9576; 1557-9271
DOI
10.2753/PMR1530-9576360102
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COLLEGE OF POLICY SCIENCE[S](정책과학대학) > PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION(행정학과) > Articles
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