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This research paper analyzes how performance management systems (PMS) affect organizational performance by surveying respondents from an eclectic range of Estonian and Finnish firms. PMS initiatives often fail because of their multiple layers, which form a chain that presents multiple breakage opportunities. PMS at a strategic level most significantly elevated organizational performance. Strengthening a PMS chain increased the chances of the PMS exercise succeeding, therefore managers are advised to achieve high performance by checking that all key characteristics are present to construct a strong PMS chain.
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(2021), "Exploring the art of building a strong performance management system chain: How firms in Estonia and Finland optimize organizational performance", Strategic Direction, Vol. 37 No. 5, pp. 31-33. https://doi.org/10.1108/SD-03-2021-0021
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