Hints that performance measurement systems are inaccurate in that what is measured is often not done. Suggests changing plans of measurement can often defeat their achievement; and addresses the problem of devising cost‐effective measurement systems which measure the correct items and minimize any disastrous consequences. Highlights some of these disasters with examples of unintended side effects.
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