To foster the research climate within the school, the Research Dean’s Office set up a series of research brown bags. The purpose of these research brown bags is to highlight current cross-disciplinary research at Vlerick Business School and to create opportunities for sharing recent research insights. Through videoconferencing it is possible to follow the brown bags from Ghent, Leuven or Brussels. They can be attended, free of charge, by all people from Vlerick, parent universities or other academic institutions.
This seminar was chaired by Kurt Verweire and Geert Letens and focused on "Exploring the role of performance measurement in integrated top-down and bottom-up change".
Abstract: How to bring change to organizations is a highly researched but at the same time strongly contested subject. Based on preliminary findings from longitudinal case study research, we present an agenda for future research on integrated top-down and bottom-up change, and its implications for performance measurement.
Please find the slides of this session on "Exploring the role of performance measurement in integrated top-down and bottom-up change".
Read more about performance measurement on the pages of the Performance and Risk Platform