Measuring Organizational Performance

Measuring Organizational Performance

Metrics for Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Research

Robert B. Carton and Charles W. Hofer

There is great discussion but little consensus on the best measures of organizational performance. This book redresses this imbalance. Measuring Organizational Performance offers a framework with which to better understand the implications of selecting variables for use in both empirical studies and practice where organizational financial performance is the critical issue.

Chapter 8: Tests of the Information Content of Individual Measures of Organizational Financial Performance

Robert B. Carton and Charles W. Hofer

Subjects: business and management, entrepreneurship, organisational behaviour, strategic management


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