This paper describes the performance evaluation in local system development projects in Transition Countries, underlining the central role of networking approach as strategic base. On this purpose the paper will consider a synthesis of national and international Literature about the process and structure of performance evaluation system founded on a set of indexes as Efficacy, Efficiency and Adequacy. The research deals the problem related to these projects that often are considered inadequate to trig the local systems development. The hypothesises discussed in the paper take into consideration the different perception of project managers about the instruments used to control project results. Moreover Transition Countries are, in a general way, characterized by an higher potentiality of growth and a lower perception of results obtained by development projects. This concept is deepened considering projects dedicated to SMEs starting up in Transition Countries, managed or participated by University of Bologna – Chair of Business Management, in which emerges a positive Gap between perceived and performance derived from an objective elaboration. Another topic analyzed confirms the relevance of networking attitudes.

The perceived and effective performance evaluation of SMEs development projects in Transition Countries

TAMPIERI, LAURA
2008

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This paper describes the performance evaluation in local system development projects in Transition Countries, underlining the central role of networking approach as strategic base. On this purpose the paper will consider a synthesis of national and international Literature about the process and structure of performance evaluation system founded on a set of indexes as Efficacy, Efficiency and Adequacy. The research deals the problem related to these projects that often are considered inadequate to trig the local systems development. The hypothesises discussed in the paper take into consideration the different perception of project managers about the instruments used to control project results. Moreover Transition Countries are, in a general way, characterized by an higher potentiality of growth and a lower perception of results obtained by development projects. This concept is deepened considering projects dedicated to SMEs starting up in Transition Countries, managed or participated by University of Bologna – Chair of Business Management, in which emerges a positive Gap between perceived and performance derived from an objective elaboration. Another topic analyzed confirms the relevance of networking attitudes.
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