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Managerial choices in orchestrating dialogic performance management

Performance information in the public sector has been described as uncomprehensive, ambiguous and subjective. Interpreting this type of performance information has increased the need for using a performance dialogue, a process in which people discuss the interpretation of performance information and the actions needed to improve performance. The suggestion to use performance dialogues is based […]

Requirements for knowledge management in the public sector

Two ways of seeing the strategic role of knowledge in organizations The wider perspective takes knowledge-based value creation into consideration and aims at understanding how knowledge as a strategic resource makes a difference in a competitive sense. The narrower approach focuses on decision-making and reflects an attempt to rationalize organizations’ decision-making processes. Although the wider […]