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|Wed, 2014-06-25 - Fri, 2014-06-27||Aarhus||Denmark|
DESIGNING THE HIGH-PERFORMING ORGANIZATION
25-27 JUNE 2014, AARHUS, DENMARK
The theme for PMA2014 is Performance Management: Designing the High-Performing Organization. Exploring the latest thinking, trends and research into how to drive enterprise performance through organizational design including but not limited to enterprise processes and systems, intellectual capital, innovation-driven social & environmental relevance, and excellence principles and practices. The conference will be a mixture of keynote and plenary presentations, as well as parallel stream presentations and discussion groups. Delegates and presenters are expected from a range of academic disciplines and from both the academic and practitioner communities.
Broad themes have been identified for the conference. Although these are not exclusive, submissions aimed at the following areas are especially encouraged:
|Wed, 2013-10-30 - Fri, 2013-11-01||Queenstown||New Zealand|
Regional Differences versus Global Mandates
Conference Dates: 30 October – 1 November
Venue: Queenstown, New Zealand
Submission date for Papers: 31 May 2013
Extensions to this submission date will be considered on a case basis
- Dr. Richard Schonberger, Schonberger and Associates, USA
- Professor Margaret Abernethy, University of Melbourne, Australia,
- Professor Jan Bouwens, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
- Dinner Speaker: Hamish Bond, 2012 London Olympic Gold Medallist
Early Bird Registration (until 31 August 2013)
Presenter $850 Non-presenter $1,200 Student $300
Regular Registration (from 1 September 2013)
Presenter $950 Non-presenter $1,300 Student $300
(All prices are New Zealand Dollars)
Full details of the conference and call for papers: http://www.performanceportal.org/pmaa-2013
The Performance Measurement Association of Australasia (PMAA) 2013 Conference will be held in Queenstown, New Zealand. The conference will appeal to all practitioners and scholars who have an interest in the theory and application of performance management. The conference theme focuses on the universal versus bounded nature of performance management practice.
PMAA’s aim is to engage practitioners, academics and consultants in a joint dialogue on inter-disciplinary performance management issues evident in private, public, and not-for-profit sectors, and therefore the topics likely to feature at the 2013 conference are:
|Wed, 2013-10-02 - Fri, 2013-10-04||Loch Lomond, Scotland||United Kingdom|
The PMA symposium 2013 will be held at The Lodge on Loch Lomond, Scotland (UK) between Wednesday 2nd and Friday 4th of October this year. The symposium will be around the general subject of performance measurement and management, and we have two specific themes on which we would like to focus:
- What is Performance?
- Behavioural Performance
For more details about the themes and how to submit your paper, please see the announcement.
We are interested in both academic and practitioner contributions and we would appreciate full papers for the symposium. Those wishing to take part in the conference should send an initial synopsis of their intended paper to Prof Mike Bourne firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, 10th June. Full symposium papers will be required by Friday, 30th August.
The symposium will be held in Scotland and the address is below.
The Lodge on Loch Lomond
Argyll & Bute
|Wed, 2012-07-11 - Fri, 2012-07-13||Cambridge||United Kingdom|
The PMA 2012 Conference will be returning to Cambridge, UK, on 11-13 July 2012 at Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge. PMA 2012 will follow on from the successes of previous international conferences, running since 1998, the last of which was hosted at the University of Otago, New Zealand in 2009.
The theme for PMA2012 is Performance Management: From Strategy to Delivery. Exploring the latest thinking and research into how to connect strategy to delivery, through technology, systems and process, the conference will be mixture of keynote and plenary presentations, as well as parallel stream presentations and discussion groups. Delegates and presenters are expected from a range of academic disciplines and from both the academic and practitioner communities. Andy Neely from the University of Cambridge, and the co-chair is Professor Mike Bourne from Cranfield School of Management, UK.
ControllersXchange™ 2011 Performance Management
Düsseldorf, Germany, 6 October 2011, 09.00h-17.00h:
Performance Management – The Gap between Vision and Reality
An invitation to a one-day workshop in Düsseldorf, Germany. Performance management stands for goal oriented leadership. But, not everywhere does the content match its label. The ControllersXchange™ 2011 invites as interdisciplinary workshop experts and leaders from the areas of control, performance management, finance, human resources, strategy, risk, governance and compliance.
Rather than another set of powerpoints, the workshop provides facilitated discussions with experts on the following topics:
• Performance Measurement: Challenges and concepts that work
• Controlling systems: Opportunities and solutions in practice
• Implementation: Hurdles and results
• Business Performance Management: Planning ,Budgeting and Performance Reviews
• Individual Performance Management: Myth MbO and alternatives
• Infrastructure: How to integrate the individual and the institutional performance management
This is a collaboration of the XING Xpert Ambassador Group Controlling and the PMA Performance Measurement and Management Association – the German- Chapter.
Professor Andy Neely will deliver the key note and participate at the podium discussion. The Workshop will be conducted in a combination of English and German language. More information on the event and your registration: https://www.xing.com/events/controllersxchangetm-2011-785168. Join the XING Controlling Group and benefit from the membership rebate.
|Thu, 2011-05-12||Cambridge||United Kingdom|
12 May 2011
Here is a unique opportunity to come together with leading experts to uncover some key insights in the methods used for teaching performance measurement and management. The day will be structured for an academic audience and will be devoted to ideas about how to teach performance measurement to MBA students and/or on Executive Programmes.
The workshop will incorporate a combination of illustrations and exercises, as well as a chance to experience the materials. At the end of the day you will take away practical ideas and tips on how to improve your teaching of performance measurement/ management.
This workshop will also offer the chance to share your ideas and suggestions (i.e. things that you do that work well). Additionally, if you want to offer ideas or contributions to the day please send them to Andy Neely in advance of the day to email@example.com.
The workshop will take place on 12 May 2011 from 10:00am - 4:00pm. It will be held at the Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, 17 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge, CB3 0FS. The fee for attending is £145, which will include refreshments and lunch. Places will be limited, so if you are interested in attending this day please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tue, 2009-04-14 - Fri, 2009-04-17||Otago||New Zealand|
14 - 17 April 2009
University of Otago, New Zealand
Performance Measurement: Theory and Practice
The University of Otago’s School of Business hosted the 2009 Performance Measurement Association Conference. The University’s international reputation for leadership in teaching and research, together with its strong linkages to the New Zealand business community made Otago an ideal host. Thevthree world-class keynote speakers were: Professor Robert Chenhall of Monash University, Australia: Professor Ken Merchant of the University of Southern California, USA; and Professor Andy Neely from Cranfield School of Management, UK.
A copy of the conference proceedings from this conference is available for purchase (on CD format).
|Tue, 2006-07-25 - Tue, 2010-09-28||London||United Kingdom|
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