Performance Measurement Systems in both Public and Private Sector Organisations

School of Business and Law
Dr Ann Sardesai


Performance measurement systems is a term that covers multiple management techniques for organisations, individuals, projects, products. These systems sit on top of the tree for CEOs, Vice Chancellors and Senior Management teams as their uppermost priorities. Research projects within this involves collecting data for the purpose of developing and proving or disproving theory, or developing theory, or methods to improve practice. The outcomes of the projects will empower all managers by making sense of performance measurement systems. It will help make the organisation's purpose clear, employees working lives easier, and personal feelings of achievement just that much greater. Any study under this project will represent grand challenges for understanding and achieving environmental and social economic development ambitions by the year 2030 and is aligned to some or all of the 17 sustainable development goals which is accepted by all 193 countries in the United Nations.

Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
Performance Measurement Systems, Performance Management Systems, Management Control Systems
Available Immediately


This project is associated with the International Engaged Research Scholarship, which offers a 20% reduction in tuition fees for eligible international students.

Other special notes

Funding is also provided by CQUniversity to support research higher degree student project costs, and to support national and international conference presentations. This includes:

For masters by research candidates:

  • up to $4,000 in Candidate Support Funds
  • up to $3,000 for Candidate Travel Support

For doctoral candidates:

  • up to $6,000 in Candidate Support Funds
  • up to $4,500 for Conference Travel Support

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