Systems for measurement of performance in Czech organisations (CZ.3.01.2012.221.002)

The systems for measurement of performance is a topic that is worth discussing for a long time already. Within the project, our attention was focused on selected areas of research, which were processed in the form of short articles. In total, four articles were written and published. The first article in this series is the article called “The Level of Achieving Determined Goals in Czech Organisations“, which describes the methods how performance within an organisation can be defined as simply as possible. The second article “Attitudes to the Measurement of Performance in Czech Organisations“ focused on the attitudes to the measurement of performance applied in Czech organisations. The last but one article in this series, “Monitored Financial Indicators”, brings information about the financial indicators used by managers to measure the performance of an organisation. The last article The Importance of the Measurement of Performance from the Point of View of Czech Companies dealt with the issue of the importance of measuring the performance and use of various sophisticated approaches, methods and procedures.

The results produced within the project are presented below and can be downloaded free of charge.

Current Performance of Organisations in the Czech Republic

Areas of the Measurement of Performance

Selected Circumstances of the Assessment of Performance

Reflection of Advantages of the Assessment of Performance by Czech Organisations

Indicators of Performance Monitored in Czech Organisations

Performance Assessment Methods

Poster: Systems for measurement of performance used in Czech organisations

Application for assessment of the effect of fairs and exhibitions

The second series of articles dealt with other selected topics. In this series, five short articles were written in total.

The first article “Use of Data about Employees for Monitoring the Performance of the Organisation“ describes the use of attendance, the fluctuation rate, the level of satisfaction of employees and the level of development of the human capital by Czech organisations.

The next articles dealth with the application of the results of the evaluation of performance and represents the use of the results of the evaluation of performance by Czech organisations. The article called Application of Performance Indicators and Organisational Culture focuses on the issue of using the evaluation of performance to share organisation-relevant contents and integration of activities of parties to the organisation. The last but one article deals with obstacles to adoption of the system of monitoring the performance of an organisation. It describes to what extent organisations consider selected aspects (such as financial demands, lack of information and implementation) of adopting the system for measuring the performance to be problematic. The last article in this series deals with the lack of information as an obstacle to adiption of the system of monitoring the performance. The article presents particular obstacles, which include especially the lack of information for the selection of an ideal tool for the assessment of performance.