PMA 2009


Theory and Practice in Performance Measurement, Dunedin, New Zealand, 14-17 Apr 2009, Chaired by Andy Neely, Richard Greatbanks, Ralph Adler, Carolyn Stringer and Paul Pillai; Deadline 30 Nov

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Call for Papers
PMA Conference 2009

The Sixth International Conference on

Theory and Practice in Performance Measurement

International Organisational Performance: New Worlds, New Thinking

14-17 April 2009

University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Full details of the conference and call for papers:

Three world-class keynote speakers:

Professor Rob Chenhall from Monash University, Australia; Professor Ken Merchant of University of Southern California, USA; and Professor Andy Neely from Cranfield School of Management, UK.

Who should attend?

This is a unique inter-disciplinary and international forum for the exchange of cutting-edge knowledge and research about organizational performance measurement and management within both the public and private sectors.

The 2009 PMA Conference will appeal to all practitioners and academics who have an interest in the theory and application of performance management. The following submissions are invited:

  • Academic research
  • Practical application
  • PhD Poster
  • Invited Panels/workshops.

Submissions close on 30 November 2008

Organised by:

Performance Measurement Association,
Cranfield University and the University of Otago