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Performance Management and Performance Appraisal: Czech Self-Governments

References Andrews, R., G. A. Boyne and R. M. Walker. 2006. “Subjective and Objective Measures of Organizational Performance: An Empirical Exploration.” In G. A. Boyne, K. J. Meier, L. J. O’Toole Jr. and R. M. Walker (eds.). Public Service Performance: Perspectives on Measurement and Management. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 14 - 34. Armstrong, M. 2009. Armstrong’s Handbook of Performance Management. London: Kogan Page. Blalock, A. B. 1999. “Evaluation Research and the Performance Management Movement

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Smart training equals performance

Specialization in Young Athletes , Pediatrics, Volume106 / ISSUE 1, 154. 5. Purcell L. K., & Canadian Paediatric Society, Paediatric Sports and Exercise Medicine Section. (2013). Sport nutrition for young athletes , Paediatrics & Child Health, 18(4), 200–202. 6. Holm P., Sattler A., Fregosi R. F. (2004). Endurance training of respiratory muscles improves cycling performance in fit young cyclists , BMC Physiology, 4-9.

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Evaluating Performance of Government Inspection Bodies: A Possible Approach

References Alach, Z. 2017. “Towards a Standard Conceptual Typology of Public Sector Performance Measurement.” Kotuitui 12(1), 56 - 69. Arndt, C., S. Hermanutz, C. Kauffmann and R. Schultz. 2016. “Building Regulatory Policy Systems in OECD Countries.” OECD Regulatory Policy Working Paper 5. Paris: OECD Publishing. Barbato, G. and M. Turri. 2017. “Understanding Public Performance Measurement through Theoretical Pluralism.” International Journal of Public Sector Management 30

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Searching for Organizational Intelligence in the Evolution of Public-Sector Performance Management

References Bort, E., R. McAlpine and G. Morgan. 2012. The Silent Crisis: Failure and Revival in Local Democracy in Scotland. Glasgow: The Jimmy Reid Foundation. Bouckaert, G. and J. Halligan. 2008. Managing Performance: International Comparisons. London: Routledge. Bouckaert, G. and W. Van Dooren. 2009. “Performance Measurement and Management in Public Sector Organizations.” In T. Bovaird and E. Loffl er (eds). Public Management and Governance. London: Routledge. 151 - 164. Bourdieu, P. 2000

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Performance Evaluation of the Government Agencies of Kazakhstan

References Andersen, Lotte B., Andreas A. Boesen and Lene H. Pedersen. 2016. “Performance in Public Organizations: Clarifying the Conceptual Space.” Public Administration Review 7(6), 852 - 862. Bemelmans-Videc, Maria, Jeremy Lonsdale and Burt Perrin. 2017. Making Accountability Work: Dilemmas for Evaluation and for Audit. NJ: Transaction Publishers. Bischoff , Ivo and Frederic Blaeschke. 2016. “Performance Budgeting: Incentives and Social Waste from Window Dressing.” Journal of Public Administration Research

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Negative Effects of Performance Based Funding of Universities: The Case of Slovakia

References Abramo, Giovanni, Tindaro Cicero and Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo. 2011. “Th e Dangers of Performance-Based Research Funding in Non-Competitive Higher Education Systems.” Scientometrics 87(3), 641 - 654. Agasisti, Tommaso and Carla Haelermans. 2016. “Comparing Efficiency of Public Universities among European Countries: Diff erent Incentives Lead to Different Performances.” Higher Education Quarterly 70(1), 81 - 104. Auranen, Otto and Mika Nieminen. 2010. “University Research Funding and Publication

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The Implementation of Performance Management in European Central Governments: More a North-South than an East-West Divide

References Aberbach, J. D., R. D. Putnam and B. A. Rockman. 1981. Bureaucrats and Politicians in Western Democracies. Cambridge, MA / London: Harvard University Press. Andrews, R. and G. A. Boyne. 2010. “Capacity, Leadership, and Organizational Performance: Testing the Black Box Model of Public Management.” Public Administration Review 70, 443 - 454. Askim, J. 2009. “The Demand Side of Performance Measurement: Explaining Councillors’ Utilization of Performance Information in Policymaking.” International Public

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Counterproductive Behaviors and Work Performance in Military Organization

Bibliography 1. Borman WC, White LA, Pulakos EB, Oppler SH. (1991). Models of supervisory job performance ratings, Journal of Applied Psychology, 76, pp. 863–872. 2. Fox, S., Spector, P. E., Miles, D., Counterproductive Work Behavior (CWB) in Response to Job Stressors and Organizational Justice: Some Mediator and Moderator Tests for Autonomy and Emotions (2001). Journal of Vocational Behavior , 59, 291–309 doi:10.1006/jvbe.2001.1803, available online at on 3. Koopmans, L., Bernaards, C.M, Hildebrandt, V.H., Buuren

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The impact of personality and self-efficacy on academic and military performance: The mediating role of self-efficacy

job performance: a meta-analysis. Personel psychology, 44, 1-26. Barrick, M. R., Mount, M. K., & Judge, T. A. (2001). Personality and Performance at the Beginning of the New Millennium: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go Next. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 9 (1/2), 9-30. Brown, S. D., Lent, R. W., Telander, K., & Tramayne, S. (2011). Social cognitive career theory, conscientiousness, and work performance: A meta-analytic path analyses. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 79, 81-90. doi: 10.1016/j.jvb.2010

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The most important key-performance indicators at BC Timisoara management

References 1. Sánchez J. M., Castellanos P., Dopico J. A. (2007) The winning production function: Empirical evidence from Spanish basketball. European Sport Management Quarterly, 7(3), 283-300; 2. Jung J. (1978) Understanding human motivation: A cognitive approach. New York: Macmillan; 3. Wegge J., Haslam S. A. (2005) Improving work motivation and performance in brainstorming groups: The effects of three group goal-setting strategies. European journal of work and organizational psychology. 14(4), 400

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