PMA 2018 - Performance Measurement and Management in a Globally Networked World

11th conference of the Performance Measurement Association

23-26 September 2018, Warsaw, Poland

Confirmed Key Note Speaks so far

Prof Shigeki UmedaReflections on Japanese performance management

Prof. Shigeki Umeda, Musashi University, Tokyo

Dr Umeda joined IBM after leaving school and worked at the Tokyo Research Laboratory as part of the research staff for 10 years. After leaving IBM, he worked as part of the faculty staff at the Management School, Musashi University. He also worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), US Dept. of Commerce, as a part of the guest research staff from 1996 to 1998 and from 2002 to 2003. His research interests include manufacturing systems engineering, enterprise integration, supply chain management, business process modeling, discrete event simulation, project management, and decision science. He received his degrees from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. His e-mail address is

Prof Stanisław StrzelczakTowards web-based societal and economic performance management

Prof Stanisław Strzelczak, Warsaw University of Technology

Using Big Data to measure performance of organizations and individuals

Reflections on the experience of the Social Credit System of China

The emerging Internet-aided business ecosystems

Using Web-based intelligence to facilitate economic and social evolution

Prof Mike BourneReflections on emerging measurement and management practices and implications for the field.

Prof Mike Bourne, Cranfield University

Current challenges to performance measurement and management

Reflections and limitations of Western approaches to PM

Some emerging practices

Implications for the field

Dr Wafi DawoodA positive approach to organizational strategy and performance

Dr. Wafi Dawood is a Board member and the CEO of Strategy & Planning in the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).

Pioneering education reform in the Middle East

Diversity – an opportunity rather than a challenge

Embracing positivity and happiness in the work place

Performance outcomes from our approach

PMA Conference 2018 - Performance Measurement and Management in a Globally Networked World