The trinity of resilient organisation: aligning performance management with organisational culture and strategy formation Online publication date: Thu, 17-Aug-2017
by Tor Tangenes; Riana Steen
International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management (IJBCRM), Vol. 7, No. 2, 2017
Abstract: In this work, we argue that resilience, as the fundamental quality needed to prosper from significant change that disrupts an organisation's expected patterns of events, depends on the organisation's culture, strategy content and formation and performance management systems. Thus, it is thought-provoking that research in the field of performance management is largely disconnected from the adjoining fields of culture, strategy formation and safety management. By discussing features of and connections between organisational culture and strategy formation for resilient organisation, we provide a platform on which a performance management framework is developed. Vital in this respect is an organisation's ability to address the factual, potential, actual and critical. On the one hand, our work aspires to shed light on and bring research attention to the trinity of organisational culture, strategy formation and performance management. On the other, our suggested resilient performance management framework contributes to make the concept of resilience operational.
Online publication date: Thu, 17-Aug-2017
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