Controllo della performance nelle aziende dei servizi: contributi e tendenze
Titolo Rivista: MANAGEMENT CONTROL 
Autori/Curatori: Selena Aureli, Claudio Travaglini 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2017 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  8 P. 5-12 Dimensione file:  248 KB
DOI:  10.3280/MACO2017-002001
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This issue of Management Control focuses on the socalled service sector or tertiary sector, which represents the most important component of every country’s economy. Since this sector covers a wide variety of activities, this issue gathers contributions on performance measurement systems and metrics used in different types of service businesses, such as transport companies, restaurants, public utilities, financial institutions, software companies and organizations delivering healthcare services. Reasons for a thematic issue on performance evaluation in service companies are: the speed at which modern countries have made the transition to servicebased economies, the emergence of new Internet-based services and ways of using ser-vices due to the spread of ICTs and the demand for new management control systems or metrics capable to respect services’ characteristics and their trends of change like the increasing involvement of costumers in service production. Selected contributions coherently highlight the need to integrate financial performance metrics with the measurement of qualitative and non-monetary results like customer satisfaction and socio-environmental impacts, the shift from monitoring processes to focusing on service outcomes and the opportunity offered by ICTs to collect and elaborate a great amount of data on customers, processes and external sources and use them to improve service managers’ decision making.
Keywords: Management control, ICT, public services, performance measurement, service co-production.

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Selena Aureli, Claudio Travaglini, in "MANAGEMENT CONTROL" 2/2017, pp. 5-12, DOI:10.3280/MACO2017-002001

   

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