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PMA conference announcement
Performance Measurement and Management – Public and Private
PMA 2004 Conference, 28-30 July 2004, EICC, Edinburgh, UK
Following the success of the previous conferences, we are delighted to announce the 4th International Conference on Performance Measurement and Management in Edinburgh in July 2004. The conference theme is performance measurement and management – public and private, and as with the previous conferences there will be a mix of delegates and papers from the academic and practitioner communities. Performance measurement and management is a truly multi-disciplinary field so we thought the conference might be of interest and relevance to you. Below are the details of the conference and the full call for papers can be found at www.performanceportal.org/pma2004.htm
More details about the PMA 2004 conference
PMA 2004 is a unique opportunity for the community to meet, network and exchange views. No other event better facilitates dialog in this field of performance measurement and provides the rare opportunity for discourse between academics and practitioners. The conference builds on the success of the previous conferences, which have been running since 1998. Up to 300 delegates are expected to attend PMA 2004 from around the globe, which help to ensure that PMA 2004 will be the leading event of its kind. Traditionally one third of presentations have been from practitioners and contributions have come form a broad mix of disciplines related to the topic of performance measurement and management, including measurement in the public sector, marketing performance, intangibles and intellectual capital, designing measurement systems, people performance, stakeholder measurement and measurement frameworks.
In order to engage both academics and practitioners here are two types of submissions Academic Research Submissions and Practical Application Submissions. To submit an extended abstract for PMA 2004 please follow the guidelines set out in the full Call for Papers and e-mail your submission by 16 January 2004. The date by which full papers will be due is 14 May 2004.
The conference is organized on behalf of the Performance Management Association (PMA) by the Centre for Business Performance, Cranfield School of Management and will be co-chaired by Professor Andy Neely and Dr Mike Kennerley. As every year the conference commences with a welcome reception, followed by three days of parallel stream paper presentations. Keynote presentations are delivered on each day and additional plenary sessions will be held throughout the event. Confirmed keynote presenters for this year are: Professor Sir Andrew Likierman from London Business School and Professor Chris Ittner from The Wharton School. The principal aim of the conference is to provide a unique inter-disciplinary and international forum for the exchange of cutting-edge knowledge and research about organizational performance measurement within both the public and private sector.
If you would like to find out more about PMA 2004 then please visit the conference Web site: www.performanceportal.org/pma2004.htm or contact one of the conference organizers at the address below.
Angela Walters Centre for Business Performance, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield Bedfordshire, MK43 0AL Tel: +44 (0)1234 751122 – ext. 2433, Fax: +44 (0)1234 757409 E-mail: email@example.com Web: www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/cbp Performance Measurement Association: www.performanceportal.org PMA 2004, 28-30 July 2004, Edinburgh: www.performanceportal.org/pma2004.htm