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  • Volume 2017

    Applying Flexible Strategy Game-Card Approach for Designing Performance Management System: The Case of Mobile-Telecommunication Company of Iran (MCI)
    (International Journal of Business, Economics and Management Works)

    Vol. 4, Issue 11, PP. 31-38, November 2017

    Keywords: Performance Management System (PMS), Flexible Strategy Game-Card (FSGC), strategic interventions, balanced scorecard (BSC)

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    Abstract

    1. This study aims to carry out performance management system by flexible strategy game-card method for mobile communication company of IRAN.
    2. In this regard these question have been arisen:
    3. -        What is the concepts of flexible strategy game-card (FSGC) for designing PMS?
    4. -        Which perspectives are considered in FSGC?
    5. -        What are the steps of FSGC in implementation?
    6. -        How we can extract strategic directions and related strategic actions?
    7. Literature was reviewed in order to implement FSGC for designing PMS(performance management system). According to similarity in the context with case illustration of another study this study adopts perspectives and related strategic factors in hierarchical structures of these factors from that study.  It should be mention gathering information about these strategic factors is based on secondary data of MCI. But in order to preserve the confidentiality of information, in some factors there is a slight deviation from the real value. The study adopts FSGC for designing of PMS for MCI.  By using this concept, actual results have been compared with targets and led to extract strategic directions. Then strategic interventions that are aligned with the strategic directions were identified for MCI. Although the implication of FSGC approach for designing of PMS is available in the literature (even in similar industry/region/time limit), but there is not any attempt to utilizing it in MCI strategic department.

    Author

    1. Hamidreza Radmanesh: hamra361@student.liu.se
    2. Nasrin Aghaee: nasag956@student.liu.se
    3. Mohsen Behdari: mohbe960@student.liu.se
    4. Negar Rastegar: negra753@student.liu.se
    5. Mohammadreza Asadzadeh: mohas459@student.liu.se
    6. All of Authors: MBA Student, Linkoping University, Sweden
     

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    Hamidreza Radmanesh, Nasrin Aghaee, Mohsen Behdari, Negar Rastegar, Mohammadreza Asadzadeh, "Applying Flexible Strategy Game-Card Approach for Designing Performance Management System: The Case of Mobile-Telecommunication Company of Iran (MCI)" International Journal of Business, Economics and Management WorksVol. 4, Issue 11, PP. 31-38, November 2017.

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